The Living Change Project is led by Kate Olson, a writer, sociologist, and climate communicator in Maine. The project began as a multimedia storytelling initiative to share the climate experiences of farmers, fishers, and foresters in Maine. Slowly it has grown into a way to engage communities in meaningful conversation about the local impacts of climate change and enable people to take action. Today, the emphasis is on cultivating critical climate connections by helping people weave climate action into their lives in ways that build community by grounding into the place.
Learn more about Kate’s work at www.kate-olson.com.