KneeDeep interviewed Marcy Brown, master of “Death by a Thousand Breaths,” about what went into her thinking in designing a 90-minute, live action role-playing Dungeons and Dragons game called Cerulean Port City.
Durham’s play Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids is a story of not only wildlife conservation and low-flow toilets, but of police brutality, grief, and our relationship with the living creatures around us.
The Resilience Metrics website is like a food-for-thought buffet for project planners. This toolkit offers a set of questions designed to get a project on track and to help participants measure performance.
In two brief audio interviews, KneeDeep Times asks the Coastal Conservancy’s Amy Hutzel and the Coastal Commission’s Mary Matella for their perspective on planned withdrawal from sea level rise and the crumbling coast.
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Last year, @noka_oi reported that this 21-mile waterfront road is among the Bay Area’s most vulnerable to sea level rise, and is already inundated during wet winters. The issues with highway 37 are now coming to a head. Read more:
The irony of reading about the climate crisis while flying across the country was not lost on @chrsdcook. In his essay for our July issue, Burning for Action, Cook reflects on the "searing urgency and clarity" of #ClimateAction, and how it might look.
"Storytelling and gaming, specifically role-playing, have the power to inspire action and build community," says Marcy Brown, the game's creator and master. "Storytelling is how we first made sense of the world around us, and understand our place in it."