Interactive Art In The Age Of Climate Change & How to eat insects, save forests, and solve hunger

Purin Phanichphant

Artist and Designer, San Francisco

Climate change is a huge and messy problem that happens so slowly. Even with scientific data, some people still doubt that climate change is real. How might we get people to *experience* different

Dr. Brian L. Fisher

Researcher and Curator, California Academy of Sciences

aspects of climate change through interactive art?

While researching insects in Madagascar, Brian realized that little time remains to help save the tropical forests. Brian launched the "Insects and People" initiative to farm native and edible insects to sustain forests and fight malnutrition. 

There is a long tradition of eating insects in Madagascar and insects have a small footprint, provide essential protein and nutrients, reduce bushmeat consumption, and provide fertilizer to sustainable farming.

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