Triangulation through Science Communication is a trilateral project that uses art, science and communication to invoke emotions and convey information about climate change. Works from the Triangulation Series by Yolanda del Riego are augmented with Stories & Voices of science journalists through the Look & Listen pocket guide, developed by the experimental documentary magazine The Exposed.
Join us for the presentation and reception.
Stories about the Effects of Climate Change
Triangulation Mosaic "Earth"
Coral Bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef, by Axel Pfleger
Food Production Effected by Climate Change, by Yannik Raupp
Forest Wildfires in the Mediterranean Countries, by Xuksa Kramcsak Muñoz
India: Highly Vulnerable to Climate Change, by Padma TV
Seeking A New Home For Mr. de Lesseps, by Ahmed Safwat Ibrahim Abdelazim
Severe and Persistent Droughts in Europe, by Milica Momcilovic
Stories on Solutions to Climate Change
Triangulation Mosaic "Water"
Can Journalists Help Mitigate Climate Change?, by Vijay Shankar Balakrishnan
Democratic Deficit, by Joost Van Kasteren
Measuring Greenhouse Gases, by Therese Ekstrand Amaya
Today Is Such a Hot Day. It Must Be Climate Change Acting Here!, by Joelle Winnemöller
Vision of the Artic, by Emilia Noel Ptak
Stories on the Difficulties in Reporting Climate Change
Triangulation Mosaic "Chaos"
Antárctica Glacialis, by Angela Posada-Swafford (In Spanish)
Citizen Engagement with Local Knowledge, by Tendai Joseph Chari
Climate Journalism, the Journalism of Tomorrow, by Yves Sciama
Responsible Climate Reporting, by Julianna Photopoulos
The Next Frontier of Climate Reporting is “Adaptation”, by Marco Merola
Why Climate Change Reporting is so Difficult, by Bernadeta Dadonaite