Storytelling and Engagement

A captivating storyteller, Tom Lovejoy understood that storytelling is one of the most powerful ways to encourage action and change. Storytelling is one tool the Lovejoy Center will use to continue to accelerate awareness of the value of conservation of biodiversity, its role in supporting life on the planet, and in mitigating the effects of global climate change. We will engage in digital media, art, and storytelling by, among other things, 

  • leveraging synergies with the UA Carson Scholars Program, which is dedicated to training the next generation of environmental researchers in the art of public communication; 
  • creating documentaries, exhibits, and other creative offerings; and
  • hosting symposia and leadership series with experts in biodiversity science and science diplomacy. 
Two men sit at a round table in a recording studio with a blue backboard.

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