Data Refuge is a community-driven, collaborative
project to preserve public climate and environmental data. When we
document the many ways diverse communities use data, we can also
advocate for future data. We want to hear your data stories!
Data Stories and Climate Sensing is a suite
of public research invitations and projects that explore how climate
and environmental data live in the world--how data are made,
preserved, and used; how data connect people, places, and non-humans;
and how data, paired with story, can spur action on climate.
My Climate Story invites personal stories
about local experiences of global climate change and can be shared in
the public Data Storybank and by using #MyClimateStory.
Data Remediations is a podcast and companion blog
highlighting data storytelling work supported by the National
Geographic Foundation and the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities
in Philadelphia, Houston, New York, Baltimore, and Oregon.
Climate Sensing and Data Storytelling is a
public conference, art exhibit, and climate storytelling incubator
happening in Philadelphia in May 2020 and bringing the art and science
of these projects together. These initiatives grew out of
Data Refuge and some 50+
Data Rescues, archive-a-thons to protect, preserve, and advocate for climate and
environmental data. Stories connect data and observations to lives and
places and tell us how and why they matter. Share your
Climate Story and get involved.
Contribute your climate story and watch
this 90 second video
Contribute your Climate Story