Everyday Stories of Climate Change

Go to Bangladesh, South Africa, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, & Barbuda to discover how families experience & adapt to climate change. Based on research by Adeeba Nuraina Risha, Gina Ziervogel & me. Illustrated by Cat Sims.

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Short article, Sou, G., Risha, A., and Ziervogel, G. How do we teach young people about climate change? We can start with this comic. The Conversation;

Interview, Everyday Climate Change, Breakfasters show on 3RRR radio station, Melbourne;

Interview, The human geography of the climate crisis, GeoPod Podcast, Geographical Association, U.K;

Presentation, Graphic Stories of Climate Change: Representing lived experiences from below. SGEAS, University of Melbourne.

Chapter, Sou, G., and Hall, S.M. (2021) Communicating crisis research with comics: Representation, process and pedagogy. In Kara, H (ed). Qualitative and digital research methods in times of crisis. Bristol University Press.

Chapter, Hall, S.M., Sou, G., and Pottinger, L. (2021) Ethical considerations for creative research, in Von Benzon et al (Eds), Creative Methods for Human GeographersSAGE. 

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