Climate Science Alliance Intern and Artist in Residence

Art has a way of engaging the public in complex and controversial topics and Audrey Carver has made a significant contribution to the work of the Climate Science Alliance. Her energy, enthusiasm, level of professionalism, and amazing gifts as an artist have made a substantial and lasting impression. Her murals, watercolors, and sketches will be displayed at the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve where she interpreted climate scenarios into murals for the public. In addition, she worked hands on with students as part of the Climate Kids-Tribes program and created an amazing painting with students from Pala Band of Mission Indians to highlight their commitments to protecting the earth. Audrey will be staying on as an artist in residence remotely as she finishes school but we look forward to continuing to work with her in the future.

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educating youth on climate change through science, art, and storytelling
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