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SAMPLE HighWaterLine Presentation: Introduction

Introduce yourself, and your story

Climate Change 101

Present some basic information about climate change science

Making it Local

Share any local research and documents collected including flood maps, and emergency preparedness documents (show Climate Change TV segments)

Map it Out

Display maps generated from the project that demarcate the 10-feet above sea level line

HighWaterLine Process

Present your planning process and steps that led up to your performance (display research blog)

Line Marking

Supplemental ACTIVITIES

Show media collected from the HighWaterLine marking

What’s Next?

Share ideas for how your community can address climate change and prepare for extreme weather events

Reflection & Questions

Share any final reflections and ask the audience for any questions

RECOMMENDED RESOURCE: The World We Want Foundation (Download Guide)

NOTE: While the goal of the project is to educate the public about ways humans contribute to C02 levels and adaptation to the changing environment, it is also important to understand that not everyone who approaches you or that you choose to share your research with is going to be receptive. There will be people who don’t want to have conversations about climate change because of political, religious, and scientific debate. Instead, you can ask people to share stories about the places they live, and what they hope to see in there in the future. It’s not mandatory that you talk with the public to do this project, but if you do, your approach, tone and style will of course be important.

Stage 4


Supplemental Activities


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