Sep 18, 2019
Our Saint Louis Zoo is in the World Class of institutions of this kind. Make one click into the Zoo's Mission section and you'll find a strong, clear STL Zoo statement on Climate Change.
Animal areas, especially the Zoo habitat of Kali the Polar Bear,
interpret the meaning of Climate Change for visitors in ways that
make connections between our human experience, the animals we
admire and love, and Earth systems that support us all. But the Zoo
doesn't stop there.
The STL Zoo Climate Communications Initiative is training Zoo staff, volunteers and community partners in a science-based set of frameworks to purposefully, actively converse with the public about Climate Change. Hannah Petri, the Zoo's Manager of Docents and Interpreters leads this effort, and talks with Earthworms host Jean Ponzi about taking up this crucial topic with our fellow human beings.
Source of these training materials is NNOCCI - the National Network for Oceanic and Climate Change Information.
Music: For Michael, performed live at KDHX by Brian Curran
THANKS to Andy Heaslet, Earthworms engineer
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