About Us:
Stories of Climate Change

About Us…

Well, that’s what climate change is really all about, isn’t it?

Climate change is all about us and the choices we make. We’ve been pumping carbon much faster into the air than has been stored in the ground. As a consequence, our climate system is changing faster than any time before. Now that we know, it’s up to us to decide on our way forward. Do we burry our heads in the sand or do we roll up our sleeves and get to work in making a more sustainable future for us all?

‘About Us: Stories of Climate Change’ is a comic book about a girl sent out on a mission to see and engage with people experiencing or acting against climate change across all the corners of the world. Like most of us, she starts out disillusioned and hesitant about her little role in the immersive and abstract climate change problem. However, by connecting with people in the front line of climate change, she finds hope and inspiration to become a little climate heroine of herself.

The comic book aims at providing knowledge, personalization and inspiration to tackle the climate change challenge. It’s build on 100 % real science, with 10 various stories based on real stories followed by a guide offering a range of personal actions.

Because, in the end, that’s what it’s about: our actions.

Splash page of the Kenya story in ‘About Us: Stories of Climate Change’.

What People Say

[T]he comic is actually illustrating some of our experiences.

Rufaro Matsika
(Zimbabwean youth leader)

[It’s] impressive how the power of the crowd became visible here.

Michael Schmidt
(Crowdfunding consultant)

A wide range of top-down, bottom-up and coproduced processes and sources can deepen climate knowledge and sharing, including . . . educational and information programmes, using the arts . . .

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
(AR6 WGII SPM.C.5.3)

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You can also reach us at aboutusclimate@gmail.com.

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