In my opinion, the book makes an outstanding contribution to the discipline of climate change, which is a threat affecting everyone and conflict resolution, that is a skill that we all need. The book says that individuals and communities can do a lot to prepare for climate change, understand how it will affect each geography, and devise methods to resolve the conflicts that will come about with such change. The idea is that all forms of art can help create awareness of the threat. Photography can record receding glaciers, more frequent and destructive hurricanes and tsunamis, and horrendous droughts. Theater can explain why such changes occur and how each individual can contribute to alleviating such threats.
While climate change affects us all and is the responsibility of all, the book sees art as another lens that can help convey the threat to the people, make them aware of the conflicts that climate change will create in our communities, and provide them with new tools to help transform, manage, and resolve such disputes.
The author's extensive research has demonstrated the usefulness of the recommended approach. By bringing together different aspects of her extensive interdisciplinary experience and expertise (from the law, climate change, conflict resolution, mediation, and others), the author presents us with a new way to look at climate change, improve awareness through the arts (literature, painting, photography, theater, music, dance, etc.), and give people the tools they need to identify, transform, and manage conflict.
Because we all have a responsibility to reduce the negative effects of climate change, an approach that can help communities to understand and neutralize climate change’s challenges and problems is a must-read for teachers and academics.
Dr. Roberto Rodríguez
A wonderful set of recipients of the 2o21 awards.
Publication about two books on caring for the environment.more
The Sustainable Schools Virtual Summit
My new book uses the lens of the creative arts to explore transforming climate change conflicts into opportunities.more
A Children's Activity book! Available on Amazon.more
Winter Bird Photos - Barry Phipps, Calgary 2021more
Winter Bird Photos - Barry Phipps Calgary 2021more
Winter Bird Photos- Barry Phipps, Calgary, Alberta.more
Noam Chomsky – Neoliberalism, Democracy, and the Climate Crisis
Thanks to the Oxford Climate Society for hosting an evening with Noam Chomsky.
One comment, " We do not have to succumb to the people in power."more
My 2020 Birthday Gift from aunt, Eisert Hall,more
THANK YOU JEAN SEBASTIEN FOR THE CREATION OF A BEAUTIFUL DESIGN AND PROGRAM.
IT IS HOPED ALL READERS WILL ENJOY THE NEW SITE.more
My cousin has started a business to produce unique designs that show the life on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada. I provide her website for people to have a look at her T-shirtsmore