The Climate Science Alliance is excited to welcome Audrey Carver to the team as our Climate Literacy Fellow. Meet Audrey and learn more about her role at the Alliance in today’s blog.
We are excited to welcome Audrey Carver as our Climate Literacy Fellow. Audrey has been connected to the Climate Science Alliance for many years, starting as an intern while she was in high school. Over the years she has brought her creativity as a phenomenal artist to our Climate Kids programs, science communication, and research collaborations.
Her first project focused on creating murals of climate scenarios for the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve in 2016. Later, she led the first Climate Kids-Tribes art activity with Pala Little Feathers in which the collaborative community painting, Pala Tribe Bird, was created. Most recently, the ESRI StoryMap, “Resilient Connections” that she designed for the Connecting Wildlands and Communities project was selected as one of ArcGIS’ Favorite Stories of 2021.
With her degree completed from Tufts University, we are thrilled that she could join our team as we look to the future of our Climate Kids program and advancing our commitment to intergenerational learning.
Learn more about Audrey here.
Learn more about Climate Kids here: www.climatekids.org