Climate Storytelling & Resources


Here are organizations and companies involved in the development and promotion of climate and environmental content for the screen. From engaging with thematic story lines to messaging and world-building, take a look to see who may provide opportunities and resources (scientists, consultants, researchers), to help you develop sustainable content with authenticity and impact.

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  • Center for Behavior & the Environment

NEW CLIMATE NARRATIVES

The first New Climate Narratives panel discussion featuring JihanCrowther, Writer (Underground Railroad) , Dorothy Fortenberry, Writer, Producer (The Handmaid’s Tale), Craig Mazin, Writer (Chernobyl), and Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., Climate Leader, President and Founder of the Hip Hop Caucus and moderated by Anna Jane Joyner (Founder, The Good Energy Project) and Beandrea July, (Film Critic and Entertainment Writer) was a great success with incredible conversations about racial, climate and social justice. Watch the complete panel discussion below on YouTube.

UCLA ON-SCREEN BEHAVIOR STUDY

This UCLA Study addresses the frequency and relevancy of sustainable behaviors on screen.

LIGHTS! CAMERAS! CLEAN ENERGY!

Informed by leading industry research, Rocky Mountain Institute and the Green Production Guide collaborated on a new report to help television and film production companies integrate clean energy themes and ideas into on-screen content.