Beyond the Science: Climate Storytelling Workshop
Information alone is not enough to move people to change behavior, yet the narrative of climate change has been typically told from this perspective. The science must be balanced with a positive message of solutions, along with the personal relevance of our stories. In order to reframe the way we talk about climate change, we need to strip away the layers that divide us and find our shared values. Join  Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy for a storytelling workshop to discover your personal climate story and how to use it as a compelling tool to inspire solutions.

Workshops are free, open to the public and registration strongly encouraged.

All ages, backgrounds, and experiences welcome!

June 30 | Ely, MN

3-4:30 p.m., Northern Grounds Coffee + Wine Bar

July 21 | Saint Paul, MN

12–1:30 p.m., Golden Thyme Coffee & Cafe

August 15 | Climate Grief and Storytelling Workshop with Ben Weaver

6–9 p.m., Twin Cities, MN

October 1 | Virtual

7-8:30 p.m. CDT (Zoom)

Virtual Storytelling Workshop Registration

Please register for the virtual workshops using the links below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

October 1

Register on Zoom

In-Person Workshop Application

In order to have rich conversations on climate change is it important to have a diversity of perspectives and backgrounds in the room. We are intentional about giving access to the voices of Black Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) that need to be represented in the climate change movement. Due to the popularity of this workshop, the remaining spots are by application only, and we are giving preference for people who identify as BIPOC. If you had intended to come to this training but do not identify as BIPOC, we also encourage you to register for our final workshop on October 1