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This image shows how 2010 temperatures compare to average temperatures from a baseline period of 1951-1980, as analyzed by scientists at NASAs Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Credit: NASA GISS Last Updated: April 7, 2019 Where are the climate change plays and who are the playwrights writing them? We are looking to create a comprehensive go-to list so anyone searching for material related to this issue can have this resource available. Below is what we have found so far. What else is out there? Note: This list should by no means be considered an endorsement of the individual plays. It is simply a compilation. Also, in some cases, climate change is featured prominently while in others, it is only a backdrop for the story. 3rd Ring Out – Zoe Svendsen (UK) immersive theatre A Cool Dip in the Bare Saharan Crick – Kia Corthron (USA) AD2050 – Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti (UK) Arctic Oil – Clare Duffy (UK) Arctic Requiem – Sharmon J. Hilfinger with music by Joan McMillen (USA) As The Globe Warms – Heather Woodbury (USA) As The World Tipped –  Wired Aerial Theatre  and  Without Walls  (UK. aerial theatre Baby –  Doppelgangster  (UK/Australia) Baked Alaska – Riding Lights (UK) Between Two Waves – Ian Meadows (Australia) Buzz – Benjamin Kunkel (USA) By The Water –  Sharyn Rothstein (USA) Carla and Lewis – Shonni Enelow (USA) Clandestino – Mia Törnqvist (Sweden) Colters Hell – Ross Peter Nelson (USA) Cut The Sky –  Marrukegu Theatre (Australia) interdisciplinary Disinformation Booth –  Doppelgangster  (UK/Australia) Doppelgangsters Titanic – Doppelgangster (UK/Australia) Dry Time – Harry Newman (USA) Dust and Water – Camille Hanson (Spain) dance theater and audiovisual performance Earthquakes in London –Mike Bartlett (UK) Escaped Alone – Caryl Churchill (UK) Estamos indo embora – Luiz Felipe Reis (Brazil) Evangeline Drowning – Kurt Heinlein (USA) Extreme Whether – Karen Malpede (USA) Far Away – Caryl Churchill (UK) Fire In The Garden – Ken Weitzman (USA) Flooded – Julie Marie Myatt (USA) Forward – Chantal Bilodeau (Canada/USA) Galilee – Christine Evans (Australia/USA) Global Ballgame – Margot Wood (South Africa. family play Global Warming – Charles Mee (USA) Greenland – Nicolas Billon (Canada) Greenland – Moira Buffini, Matt Charman, Penelope Skinner and Jack Thorne (UK) Hearts of Palm – Patricia Milton (USA) Hot Air – Mark Beeson and MED Theatre (UK. immersive theatre How to Build a Forest – Lisa DAmour & Katie Pearl (USA. part visual installation and part theatre performance Human Animals – Stef Smith (UK) Hurricane Diane – Madeleine George (USA) I Dreamed the Last Diamond Darter – Lisa Schlesinger (USA) If There Is I Havent Found It Yet – Nick Payne (UK) In the Wake of the Graybow Riots – Lisa Schlesinger (USA) It Just Stopped –  Stephen Sewell (Australia) Jeune Terre – Gab Reisman (USA) Kayak – Jordan Hall (Canada) Kill Climate Deniers –  David Finnigan (Australia) Kitimat – Elaine Avila (Canada/USA) LUNCH x 5 – Jack Gilhooley (USA) Lungs – Duncan MacMillan (UK) Miss Witherspoon – Christopher Durang (USA) Moj of the Antarctic: An African Odyssey –  Mojisola Adebayo and the Antarctic Collective (UK) performance Mr. Burns – Anne Washburn (USA) New Atlantis – LAStheatre (UK. immersive theatre Oil – Ella Hickson (UK) Oxygen Support –  Doppelgangster  (UK/Australia) P. O. Box Unabomber – Zdrava Kamenova and  Georgina Dimitrova  (Bulgaria) Planet Belfast – Rosemary Jenkinson (Ireland) Prisoners of Hope –  Allen Fitz-Gerald (USA) Rapid Departure – Euan Martin, Dave Smith (Scotland. immersive theatre Reclamation – Ken Weitzman  (USA) Red Forest – Belarus Free Theatre (UK) Sila – Chantal Bilodeau (Canada/USA) Song of Extinction – E. M. Lewis (USA) Storm – Theater Grottesco (USA) Strawberry – Paula Cizmar (USA) Take Me to the River – Constance Congdon (USA) Thaw – Aaluk Edwardson (USA) The Bird House – Diane Glancy (USA) The Bones of Danny Winston and Rib Ann Magee – Lisa Schlesinger (USA) The Breach – Catherine Filloux, Tarell McCraney & Joe Sutton (USA) The Children – Lucy Kirkwood (UK) The Chisera (Aka Lost Borders) – Paula Cizmar (USA) The Climate Monologues – Sharon Abreu (USA) The Contingency Plan – Steve Waters (UK) The Day We Were Born – Jaisey Bates (USA) The Edge – Transport Theatre Company (UK) The Elephant Piece – Darryl Curry (USA) The Ice Breaker – David Rambo (USA) The Go Back Land – Lisa Schlesinger (USA) The Heretic – Richard Bean (UK) The Moons of Jupiter – Jessica Litwak (USA) The Ocean at Your Door – Brian Otaño (USA) The Planet Plays – Superhero Clubhouse (USA) The Turquoise Elephant – Stephen Carleton (Australia) The Way of Water – Caridad Svich (USA) The Weather – Clare Pollard  (UK) The Weather Project – NACL Theatre (USA. performance They Saw A Thylacine – Human Animal Exchange (Australia) This Clement World – Cynthia Hopkins (USA. performance Tinderbox – Lucy Kirkwood (UK) Tomorrow Comes Today – Gordon Dahlquist (USA) Tonights Fire – Alison Carey (USA) Treefall –  Henry Murray (USA) Tsunami – Nilo Cruz and  Michiko Kitayama Skinner (USA) Two Degrees – Tira Palmquist (USA) Ugly – Emma Adams (UK) Unequilibrium – Blake Bishton (USA) Wal-Martyrs – Lisa Schlesinger (USA) Water – created by Filter Theatre & David Farr (UK) Water Rites – Paula Cizmar (USA) Whale Nation – Heathcote Williams (UK) When January Feels Like Summer –Cori Thomas (USA) When Something Wonderful Ends – Sherry Kramer (USA) When the Rain Stops Falling – Andrew Bovell (Australia) World Climate Change Conference – Rimini Protokoll (Germany. immersive theatre One-Acts Flying Ace and the Storm of the Century – Jeremy Pickard, music by Jonathan Camuzeaux (USA) Green Dating – Chantal Bilodeau  (Canada/USA) Libations – Paula Cizmar (USA) Small Waisted – Janice Poon (Hong Kong) The Propitious Moment – James Balestrieri (USA) The Word for Snow – Don DeLillo (USA) Whale Song – Chantal Bilodeau (USA) Musicals/Opera And While London Burns – music by Isa Suarez, libretto by John Jordan & James Marriott (UK. opera Anthropocene – Stuart MacRae and Louise Welsh (Scotland. opera CO2 – music by Giorgio Battistelli, libretto by Ian Burton and Robert Carsen (Italy. opera Coal: The Musical  – Nancy Vitale, Molly Sturges, Luis Guerra (USA) Field Trip: A Climate Cabaret – Superhero Clubhouse (USA. one-act Firerock: The Musical – Georgina Escobar, Nancy Vitale, Acushla Bastible and Molly Sturgess Hadestown – Anaïs Mitchell Project Ahab – Gary Graves (USA) Soon – Nick Blaemire, Matthew Gardiner (USA) Sun & Sea (Marina) – Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė and Lina Lapelytė (Lithuania) The Great Immensity – The Civilians (USA) The Nature of Man – Mark A. Durstewitz, Christine Hull & Mario Renes (USA) We Turned On the Light – Caryl Churchill (UK) choral work Puppets 30˚S. – Phantom Limb (USA) Baby Universe –  Wakka Wakka Productions  (USA) Dean Gibbons and the Knowledge of Death –  Inconvenient Spoof (UK) Dust – Sew Flunk Fury Wit (Denmark) Falling Out – Phantom Limb (USA) Memory Rings – Phantom Limb (USA) Heatwave –  Nutmeg Puppet Company (UK) Solo Shows 2071 – Duncan MacMillan (UK) Does This Apocalypse Make Me Look Fat? – Peterson Toscano (US) Dr. Keelings Curve – George Shea (US) Planet Hospice – Dan Kinch (USA) Prelude to the Apocalypse (For What Its Worth) – Blake Sugarman (US) Sea Sick – Alanna Mitchell (Canada) Ten Billion – Stephen Emmett (UK) The Boycott – Kathryn Blume (USA) Theatre For Young Audience Arvaarluk: An Inuit Tale – Michael Kusugak (Canada) Endangered! The Eco-Musical – book & lyrics by Keni Fine, music & orchestrations by Tony Small (USA. musical Evo-Cete: The Big Blue Journey – Jeremy Smith (USA. theater and dance piece Gabi Goes Green! – book & lyrics by Barry Wyner, music by Daniel Israel (USA. musical Island – Nicky Singer (UK) Our Iceberg Is Melting – Bengalore Little Theatre (India. musical Plastic Drastic – Elena Araoz  (USA) Promise on Earth – Konflux Theatre in Education (UK) Saving Persephone –  Kathryn Blume  (USA) Sophie and the Adventures of Ice Island –  Forrest Musselman (USA) The Big Dry – ATYP and Ensemble Theatre (Australia) The Last Polar Bears – adaptation by Joe Douglas (Scotland) The Man from the Council – MOMO Theatre (UK) Vit sand, vit snö (White Sand, White Snow) –  Edward Buffalo Bromberg (USA/Sweden) Wyoming Ice Age: Survival of the Mammoth –  Jaime Cruz (USA. Chantal Bilodeau  is a playwright and translator whose work focuses on the intersection of science, policy, art, and climate change. She is the Artistic Director of  The Arctic Cycle  – an organization created to support the writing, development and production of eight plays that look at the social and environmental changes taking place in the eight countries of the Arctic – and the founder of the blog and international network  Artists & Climate Change. She is a co-organizer of  Climate Change Theatre Action, a worldwide series of readings and performances of short climate change plays presented in support of the United Nations COP meetings.
Pictured here is a forest area being cleared for a palm oil plantation. Deforestation destroys wildlife habitats and adds massive amounts of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. (Photo by Ian Singleton) Susan Callery is the manager of Earth Science Public Engagement at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and secretary/treasurer of the Orang Utan Republik Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving the orangutans of Indonesia. I always wanted to see orangutans in the wild, having learned that they are probably the most intelligent of all the great apes because of their ability to innovate and problem-solve. In 2007, I finally scraped together the funds to travel to Borneo—little did I know that at the age of 53, I would find my passion. On my trip, I observed more incredible wildlife and natural beauty than I can possibly describe. I also saw acre after acre of once-pristine rainforests that had been transformed into barren moonscapes; rivers devoid of life and polluted by palm oil effluent and heavy metals; orphaned baby orangutans whose mothers were killed in palm oil plantations as agricultural pests. I learned that the forest home of many of these magical creatures is disappearing rapidly and suffering from the impacts of slash-and-burn agriculture. Tracking forest changes from space What is palm oil, what does it have to do with climate change and what does it have to do with NASA? Palm oil is an edible vegetable oil from the fruit of the West African oil palm tree. It is used for biofuel, cosmetics, snack foods, ice cream, lotion and soap, and is in about half of all products on store shelves. The oil palm tree is grown in tropical regions (mostly in Indonesia and Malaysia, but now spreading all over the tropics, including Africa) and rain forests are being cleared to make room for more of this crop. Since rain forests are the largest carbon sinks, when destroyed they release massive amounts of carbon dioxide. Deforestation is the second largest manmade source of atmospheric carbon dioxide, after fossil fuel burning. NASA satellites make it possible for scientists to monitor changes in rainforest landscapes around the world and to collect images of areas that are actively burning ( here and here. In addition, the AIRS instrument on the Aqua satellite can keep an eye on the carbon monoxide produced from these fires. These satellites and instruments are part of a fleet of 18 Earth-observing satellites that are monitoring our home planet 24/7. For more information, visit. Images of my Jakarta journey The following is an album, in words and images, of my life-changing visit to Indonesia. Smoldering embers of a burned rain forest area. (Photo by Ian Singleton) I was greeted by a choking haze as the plane landed in Jakarta. Soon, my eyes began to sting, my throat became scratchy and the smell of fire penetrated my clothes and hair. After inquiring about the cause, I was shocked to learn that this was the result of illegal fires that were deliberately set to clear forests for palm oil plantations. Of course, I had never heard of palm oil. A "klotok" travels the Sekonyer River. (Photo by Susan Callery) Traveling to Tanjung Puting National Park in Borneo required two more flights and a slow trip on a funny wooden boat called a "klotok. I soon forgot about the palm oil and poor air quality in Jakarta (or so I thought) and enjoyed the natural beauty of the forest along the pristine black water Sekonyer River. Mom and baby proboscis monkeys. (Photo by Susan Callery) The banks came alive with colorful birds, macaques and proboscis monkeys, with their large protruding noses, potbellies and magnificent red-brown fur, leaping effortlessly from tree to tree. I was heartbroken to learn that these spectacular monkeys are vanishing rapidly because their habitat is disappearing. River pollution. (Photo by Susan Callery) Soon we arrived at a “Y” in the river, and I noticed a sharp divide between the black water and murky brown water that reminded me of coffee with cream. Our guide told me that the pollution was due to chemical runoff from logging, mining and palm oil plantations upstream. There was that name again: palm oil. " When we arrived at the dock of Camp Leakey, Siswi, one of the resident orangutans, greeted us. She and several other orangutans ran to hold hands with Dr. Birute Galdikas, who established the camp back in 1971. Siswi was a bit of a troublemaker, immediately getting into a guests backpack and breaking into the lunchroom. I was fascinated to watch her mix herself a drink (non-alcoholic) and show her affection by holding our hands and ankles. I quickly fell in love with these creatures, who appear so different physically from us but have many human characteristics. On the trip, I also visited the Orangutan Care Center, where locals bring confiscated, sick, injured and orphaned orangutans for veterinary care. Soon after I arrived, a baby came in, and I couldnt help but ask what happened. I was told that many orphans are “palm oil orphans” whose forest habitats were destroyed—and parents killed—by the swiftly spreading palm oil industry in Indonesia. Left: Siswi greets us at the dock of Camp Leakey. Right: An operating room at the Orangutan Care Center. (Photos by Susan Callery) I returned home, determined to do something about palm oil, and enrolled in graduate school in environmental policy and management. I joined the board of a local non-profit organization dedicated to protecting orangutans in the wild. As an Non-Governmental Organization, we joined the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, which promotes palm oil production practices that help reduce deforestation, preserve biodiversity, respect the livelihoods of rural communities and ensures that no new primary forest or other high conservation value areas are sacrificed for palm oil plantations.
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Credit. Erika P. Rodriguez for The New York Times RIO GRANDE, P. R. — When Hurricane Maria walloped Puerto Rico in September, it ripped off roofs, flooded neighborhoods and all but destroyed the islands power grid, leaving a humanitarian catastrophe that Puerto Ricans are still recovering from months later. But Maria took its toll on nature as well. Its winds of up to 155 miles an hour wrecked thousands of acres of trees, including much of El Yunque National Forest, 28, 000 acres of lush tropical rain forest east of the capital, San Juan. To a group of researchers hiking down a steep, slick mountain trail in El Yunque recently, the destruction was readily apparent. Led by María Uriarte, an ecologist at Columbia University, they were here to study the damage and better understand how an expected increase in extreme weather may undermine the ability of forests to aid the climate. Before Maria, the mountainside here would have been in shade, a canopy of sierra palm fronds and leafy branches of yagrumo trees and others blocking much of the sunlight. But the winds knocked down many of the leafy trees, sheared off the branches of others and completely stripped the more flexible palms of their fronds. The slope was now open to the sky, and the outskirts of San Juan, normally blocked from view, were visible far in the distance. Organized quickly after the hurricane, the research — starting with a painstaking, tree by tree damage assessment in representative plots — will analyze how severe storms affect the amount of carbon forests pull out of the atmosphere and store. And because climate change is expected to increase the frequency of extreme weather events in many parts of the world, the work will also help researchers understand how forests could be changed permanently as the world continues to warm. “All the global climate models are predicting were going to see more severe hurricanes, ” said Dr. Uriarte, who has studied the forests of Puerto Rico for a decade and a half. “So what does that mean for the composition of the forest? ” Trees are a critical part of the carbon cycle, in which carbon moves between the atmosphere, ocean and land. They remove atmospheric carbon dioxide, incorporating the carbon into their tissues as they grow. Worldwide, forests are a net storehouse, or sink, of carbon, removing one billion to two billion tons from the atmosphere each year. Thats a substantial portion of the roughly 10 billion tons of carbon pumped into the air by fossil-fuel burning and other human activities. When a forest is damaged, the dead vegetation eventually decomposes, returning the carbon to the atmosphere. The amount can be enormous: a study of damage after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 found that the storm killed or severely damaged 320 million trees across the Gulf Coast, containing about 100 million tons of carbon. As forests start to recover, the mix of species is often different — in a rain forest like El Yunque, for example, species that thrive in full light tend to take over until the canopy regrows. The trees are also younger and smaller, so the recovering forest stores less carbon. “Forests take a while to recover, ” said Louis Verchot, a researcher with the International Center for Tropical Agriculture in Palmira, Colombia. “And what initially recovers is not always what was there before. ” If this cycle of damage and regrowth — what ecologists call a disturbance regime — occurs more often as extreme storms become more frequent, some forests may never recover completely. Over decades, the reduction in stored carbon would likely become permanen t. More carbon from human activity would remain in the atmosphere to contribute to climate change, or would have to be removed in other ways. “If the climate warms, do we expect an increase in disturbance regimes? ” said Jeffrey Q. Chambers, a geographer at the University of California, Berkeley, who led the Katrina study. “That could work on the ability of those systems to remove CO₂ from the atmosphere. ” Determining how the biomass in damaged forests changes over time is thus crucial to understanding the global carbon balance. But the work is not straightforward, as counting damaged trees in even a modest forest is a practical impossibility. Instead, researchers rely on remote sensing: satellite images to determine the presence or absence of trees, for example, or laser-based airborne measurements of a forest canopy. Using remote-sensing data, Dr. Chambers has come up with an estimate of the trees that were killed or severely damaged by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico: 23 million to 31 million. Estimates like this are necessarily preliminary. For one thing, many trees may be alive now but will eventually die from storm damage; that was the case after Hurricane Katrina. The analyses also use software to interpret the data, so the results need to be validated by the basic scientific work of assessing the damage on the ground. “You need ground data to make sure that what youre seeing makes sense, ” Dr. Uriarte said. Thats why she, three of her doctoral students and others were hiking down the mountain trail. Starting at about 3, 000 feet elevation, near the highest point of El Yunque, their goal was to reach several study plots at intervals below. The plots were established about two decades ago and have been studied over the years by scientists and staff at El Verde Field Station, a research outpost in the national forest that was built during the Cold War for United States government studies on the effects of radiation on vegetation. In recent decades, with the radioactive contamination having been cleaned up, El Verde has been used for more benign research, including studies on the impact of climate change on tropical forests. Now operated by the University of Puerto Rico, the field station is home to one of the few long-term ecological monitoring programs in the tropics. The descent was difficult, as the steep trail had been booby-trapped by downed trees and branches and covered with a thick layer of graying palm fronds. “This is some extreme hiking, ” said Andrew Quebbeman, one of the students, who was hauling a high-precision GPS device. The idea on this day was to use the GPS instrument, which is accurate to within four inches horizontally and vertically, to match an area on the ground to the same area on a Landsat satellite image of the forest. By the standards of digital imaging, a Landsat image is extremely low resolution. It cannot make out individual trees. Instead, software interprets the color in each small square of the image — each covering an area on the ground of about 100 feet by 100 feet — as intact or damaged forest, or bare ground. By precisely locating one of these squares in the forest, the researchers could assess the actual condition of the trees within it and relate that to the color in the image. That will help improve the software and thus the estimates of damage across the island. It helps that these plots, like others monitored by the field station, have been studied in the past. Each has been marked by corner stakes, and every tree with a trunk larger than about 4 inches in diameter has been identified and tagged, and its condition before the storm is known. Once Mr. Quebbeman located the center of the square with the GPS instrument, the researchers divided the area into quarters and walked each one, stopping at each tree to assess its condition — noting whether each was alive or dead, standing or fallen, and, if a tree was damaged and standing, estimating how much of its canopy remained. Closer to El Verde, a group of eight volunteers — recent college graduates with an interest in natural science (and in living in Puerto Rico for six months) — were doing similar work at the field stations main study area, 40 acres of forest divided into a grid of 400 plots, each about 65 feet by 65 feet. If anything, the damage was even worse there. Most of the palms were still standing, and in most cases two or three small fronds were already pushing out from their tops. But Maria had simply bowled over some of the other trees, leaving a jumbled mess of uprooted trunks that made it difficult to distinguish one from another. And there were so many dead palm fronds littering the ground that at times even finding the stakes marking each plot was a struggle. While many areas were almost completely destroyed, others nearby seemed barely touched, depending on elevation, orientation and other factors, Dr. Uriarte and her team found. They will eventually use the collected data, with the remote-sensing images and measurements, to come up with a detailed estimate of the loss from the storm. The work is just getting started. The plan, Dr. Uriarte said, is to monitor the plots closely for several years and then less often, depending on funding. While Dr. Uriarte doesnt know what her final conclusions will be, she has some ideas. “One of the things that we are seeing in forests that get more severe hurricanes is that you end up with a shorter, smaller forest, which means less carbon overall, ” she said. Whether that will happen here in Puerto Rico is one of the big questions. “Are we going to lose some of the species? Are other species going to become more common? ” she said. “Were trying to understand this variation, and part of that is recognizing how they respond to damage. ”.

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