Project Updates

Envisioning Change: Portland, Maine

Posted by on Feb 21, 2014 in Media Bar, Project Updates | Comments Off on Envisioning Change: Portland, Maine

Envisioning Change: Portland, Maine

Portland is observing and interacting with King Tides through the “Envisioning Change” project. Project participants will be engaged with geo-spatial analysis and expressive visual imaging. We hope our efforts will lead to a Maine King Tide initiative. More information: Envisioning Change: Sea Level Rise in Casco Bay Image Credit: Angelica Pendleton Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Reddit...

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King Tides hit Australia’s East Coast January 2nd

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in For Organizers, Media Attention, Project Updates | Comments Off on King Tides hit Australia’s East Coast January 2nd

King Tides hit Australia’s East Coast January 2nd

Green Cross Australia’s CEO, Mara Bun, reflects on Australia’s latest Witness King Tides event: “On January 2, 2014 Green Cross Australia and our partners welcomed the new year with a Witness King Tides photo-shoot right across the eastern coast of Australia. Our focus was Tasmania where the State Government supported the initiative as part of its coastal adaptation strategy and the tides cooperated! This article from our public broadcaster the ABC framed the day. Media coverage for this first foray into 2014 was strong, reflecting summer holidays interest and topical...

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King Tides Talks and Exhibits in the Bay Area

Posted by on Dec 30, 2013 in Project Updates | Comments Off on King Tides Talks and Exhibits in the Bay Area

It’s King Tides season, a great time of year to engage people on science and climate change! Organizers have been invited by numerous media outlets and museums to spread the word.  Two that we’re really excited about: On January 2, 2014, the California King Tides Project will participate in the Exploratorium’s After Dark program, “The Science of Sharing“.  As a part of the pop up exhibit, there will be a DIY photo booth showing how high future king tides will rise within the lifetime of museum visitors. On January 10, 2014, Marina Psaros will be speaking at the...

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King Tides and Climate Change

Posted by on Nov 26, 2013 in Project Updates | Comments Off on King Tides and Climate Change

San Francisco’s Exploratorium science museum recently published a mini-documentary about King Tides projects for their “Science in the City” video series: California King Tides Project Featured in “Science in the City” When science and art intersect in the San Francisco Bay area, the Exploratorium wants to showcase it in their monthly web series, Science in the City. The California King Tides Project (CKTI) enjoys strong participation from Bay Area residents, and the Exploratorium’s Video Producer, Jim Granato took notice. With sea levels on the rise, crucial documentation can be...

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Witness #KingTides on Flickr!

Posted by on Jun 1, 2013 in Project Updates | Comments Off on Witness #KingTides on Flickr!

        International King Tides, a gallery on Flickr.   Most of the initiatives around the world rely on social media platforms for sharing images of King Tides. There is no hard and fast rule on this – but most are using Flickr photo sharing.   The best part (I think) about this tool is that the licensing of each photo is easy to set up. This is because we encourage wide sharing – so photos should be creative commons where possible.   You can search #kingtides on Flickr and under an advanced search, choose creative commons. These photos will...

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Our new hub for International King Tides activity!

Posted by on Jun 1, 2012 in Project Updates | Comments Off on Our new hub for International King Tides activity!

We’re very excited to announce this hub for King Tides initiatives around the world! We are a little under construction at the moment… so please excuse the typos and cryptic text. In the mean time, catch up with King Tides organizers and photographers on twitter via the #kingtides hashtag. Cheers! The King Tides International Hub team Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Reddit (Opens in new...

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