Kids from eight high schools around the city gathered at the University of Pennsylvania Thursday, October 13, to practice talking about their own experiences with impacts of climate change, and listening to each other.
“On a globally changing planet, every person has a climate story,” said Bethany Wiggin, who heads the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities. “Some of them are pretty dramatic, if you’re on the front lines of climate change. … But many climate stories, including many in Philadelphia, are a little more subtle.”
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