Climate art can be a beautiful thing—w/ Nicole Kelner, Artist-in-Residence at My Climate Journey


Manage episode 341996167 series 1937056
由Player FM以及我们的用户群所搜索的Nori — 版权由出版商所拥有,而不是Player FM,音频直接从出版商的伺服器串流. 点击订阅按钮以查看Player FM更新,或粘贴收取点链接到其他播客应用程序里。

Communicating the science behind climate change is a challenge.

But when you present these concepts in an artistic way and make the data beautiful, it’s more engaging and easier to understand. And more likely to inspire climate action.

Nicole Kelner is Artist-in-Residence at My Climate Journey, where she communicates the complex challenges of climate change in a beautiful, accessible way.

On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Nicole joins Ross, Siobhan, and Asa to explore why people are drawn to her watercolor representations of scientific data and explain her efforts to communicate climate concepts accurately.

Nicole describes how she incorporates humor in her artwork and brainstorms ideas for a potential collaboration with the Nori Meme Lab.

Listen in to understand how Nicole thinks about AI-generated art and learn how her work makes a meaningful difference in the fight against climate change.

Connect with Nori

Purchase Nori Carbon Removals

Nori's website

Nori on Twitter

Join Nori's Discord to hang out with other fans of the podcast and Nori

Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom

Carbon Removal Memes on Twitter

Carbon Removal Memes on Instagram


Nicole’s Website

Nicole on Twitter

Nicole on Instagram

Nicole’s Prints

Nicole’s Climate Merch

Nicole’s Commissions


Carbon Collective

Climate Tech VC

Pre-Order Nicole’s Book

My Climate Journey

MCJ Climate Art Workshops

Thanks a Ton

Two Wolves Meme Template

Confessional Meme

‘Seaweed Ecosystems May Not Mitigate CO2 Emissions’ in ICES Journal of Marine Science



‘Colors of Climate: Nicole Kelner’s Watercolors Bring Calm to Images of Climate Change’ in The Verge

Carbon Removal Memes on Twitter

Carbon Removal Memes on Instagram

--- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast: