the Us Supreme Court announced its decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and eliminate the right to abortion after almost 50 years.
Also alarming, in the West Virginia v. EPA case, the court sided with red states' attorneys general and the fossil fuel industry to rule that the federal government cannot use the Clean Air Act to regulate greenhouse gas emissions coming from power plants.
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climate storytelling toolkit
Read Good Energy's Playbook
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Read stories from the frontlines of climate justice with Earth Justice's "Lit", a climate justice storytelling project that connects the dots between climate change, systemic racism, and extreme inequality.
Explore how Rare's Climate Culture Entertainment Lab is shifting the climate narrative and driving climate action in Hollywood through applied social behavioral science.
Attend an Our Climate Voices Workshop centered around ethical storytelling and creating space for BIPOC climate activists to come together.
Submit your climate story to the NRDC Climate Storytelling Fellowship in collaboration with The Black List, The Redford Center, and CAA Foundation.
Check out the Climate Story Labs Toolbox with resources that encourage us to move past the mono culture of climate narratives and amplify stories as diverse as the ecosystem we seek to save.
Implement sustainability behind the screen using the Green Production Guide Toolkit.
Take Albert's newly launched Planet Test to find out if your program is planet friendly!
Get inspired watching environmental stories with Netflix's 2022 Earth Day Collection: One World, Infinite Wonder
Attend the Reel Green Climate + Sustainable Production Course and keep an eye out for Reel Green's upcoming climate storytelling focused training "Planet Placement"
Watch NRDC's 2022 Sundance Panel "More Than a Feeling: Climate Emotions in Film & TV" a discussion about portraying climate emotions that reflect our lived experiences.
Read the Full Story Initiative Toolkit, a resource for content creators looking to accurately and authentically portray diverse communities, perspectives, and social issues in their work.
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