Empower Local Climate Narratives

Often, global narratives about climate change don't encompass the unique experiences and wisdom of marginalized communities. Film allows these communities to share their firsthand experiences with climate impacts as well as their adaptive strategies.


Documenting Traditional Knowledge

 Many indigenous and local communities have been living harmoniously with nature for generations. Film can capture and preserve traditional knowledge and practices that are inherently adaptive to changing climates.


Data Collection on Climate Impacts

Beyond storytelling, filming can capture tangible data on climate impacts, such as changing weather patterns, shifts in flora and fauna, and community adaptations, providing real-world evidence of climate change.


Educational Tool for Climate Adaptation

Integrating these films into educational curriculums can foster a deeper understanding of climate change, its real-world impacts, and the importance of adaptation.

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Building Climate Solidarity

Films can bridge gaps between communities facing similar climate challenges, fostering a sense of global solidarity and shared purpose in tackling climate change.


Archiving Climate Histories

Films serve as a lasting record of how communities are experiencing and adapting to climate change, creating a visual archive for future generations.

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Film can be a potent tool in the context of climate change adaptation, especially when focusing on decolonial and community-based perspectives.

Using film to document and share indigenous and local community experiences, wisdom, and solutions related to climate adaptation can ensure that these vital voices are part of the broader climate conversation.