Effective strategies to learn about and engage with climate change play an important role in addressing this challenge. There is growing recognition that education needs to change in order to address climate change, yet the question remains: “How?” How does one engage young people with a topic that is often perceived as abstract, distant, and complex?

Art can be a powerful tool for communication. Within the growing field of science communication, art has been identified as an effective instrument to raise awareness with the help of video work, documentaries, infographics, illustrations, and comics about climate change impacts and adaptation strategies. An engagement using creative, artistic practices has the potential to go beyond traditional methods of communication and help people develop innovative ideas to combat climate change.

The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) has created a new virtual magazine to promote this dialogue, which features a wide range of artwork by professional and amateur artists, including paintings, illustrations, street art, poetry, and films.

To explore the full magazine with amazing artwork and artist interviews, please use the following link (English only): 

https://simplebooklet.com/theartofclimateaction2

Credits for Top Banner:

Top Row, Left to Right: Nagasaka Mago, Noelia Ledema Rameau, Peddina Sripriya, Sonny, Kimberly Callas, and Shravani Kedar.

Middle Row, Left to Right: Boyu Guo, Boyu Guo, Nina Tanya Kimani, Nahla Ammar, ASVP, and Rod Sánchez.

Bottom Row, Left to Right: Marius Frank Ajuma, Jessica M. Auriemma, Nagasaka Mago, and Boyu Guo.