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Stories about the environmental crisis should inspire tangible momentum. How is your content creating pathways to action? This workshop will feature leaders in climate storytelling with a particular focus on leveraging media to drive action and amplify global and intersectional communities. This 3 part interactive workshop will challenge creatives to imagine how to tell ethical climate stories and implement conscious impact campaigns in support of climate action. 


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Jeff Orlofsky


Anna Jane Joyner

Anna Jane Joyner is passionate about crafting stories and strategies that inspire new and non-traditional audiences to take action on climate change. She is Founder and Director of "The Good Energy Project," a nonprofit creative consultancy working to support writers and producers in integrating climate stories into TV and film. Her work has been featured by Rolling Stone, Glamour, MTV, The Associated Press, and more. Anna Jane's efforts to engage evangelicals - including her own father (a prominent pastor), was featured in Years of Living Dangerously, an Emmy-award winning Showtime series on the climate crisis. She is the co-founder of Creation Care Alliance of Western North Carolina, and has organized faith communities to take action on everything from moving Beyond Coal, ending mountaintop removal coal mining in Appalachia, water pollution, federal climate policy, protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and more.   

Currently, she’s the co-host of "No Place Like Home" - a podcast that gets to the heart of climate change. They just released a new "Bring the Light" season that explores spirituality and the climate crisis. 

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