Image courtesy of Barron Bixler
The Environmental Media Lab at Princeton is designed to be a collaborative and transdisciplinary hub for research on and experimentation with different forms of imagining wicked environmental problems, including climate change. Our animating hypothesis is that many different narratives are essential to convey both research about and lived experiences of these problems and to articulate possibilities for livable and just futures. In this work, we seek to collaborate with artists, filmmakers, writers, designers and makers as well as environmental scientists and community science groups.
The lab currently receives support from the Princeton University programs and centers listed below as well as from the American Council of Learned Societies.