Two scientific storytellers explain the communication strategies they use and talk about what the consequences of ineffective communication are in the modern era.
Medill's Colin Boyle covers how Kalu Yala staff and media interns coped with the hard-hitting docu-series while still working sustainably in a Panamanian jungle.
Steve Johnson of Boundless Media blew us away with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality technologies, and the way that these mediums can bring experiences to viewers.
Hannah Fairfield, the New York Times Climate Editor, told us about her work in storytelling at one of the world’s most renowned publications, highlighting the importance of infographics and data visualization.
Land O'Lakes, Inc.'s Chris Policinski, Discovery, Inc.'s Beth Stewart, Prairie View A&M's Felecia Nave, and Paulman Farms' Roric Paulman spoke about their stories, as leaders — corporate, collegiate and community.
Dennis Dimick and Jim Richardson stole our hearts as they began the next presentation, representing their organization, Eyes on Earth, which is inspiring the next generation of visual storytellers.
Planet Forward founder Frank Sesno welcomes everyone to the 2018 Planet Forward Summit. Now more than ever, he said, we need to find ways to “communicate and connect, to engage public audiences.”
State University College at Buffalo
David Wallace-Wells, the author of the New York Magazine piece "The Uninhabitable Earth," sat down to talk about the magazine's most-read article with Planet Forward. Here are five things we learned about telling the climate story.
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SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry
After the 2016 election, the art of serious storytelling just got both harder and more interesting.