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Feeling Climate Change

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Heidi Biggs. "Feeling Climate Change: Intersections of Climate Change and Everyday Cycling." MDes Thesis, University of Washington, 2019.

Outside Adviser:
Guillaume Mauger (Climate Impacts Group)

Climate change presents a paradox: while it has transpired and is transpiring, it simultaneously feels intangibly distant. By collaborating with the Seattle urban cyclist community, a group whose practices are deeply imbricated with weather and climate, this thesis seeks to create speculative tools to contextualize climate change in its intersection within daily bike commuting practices.

View her poster from the Thesis Process Show in December 2018.

Read her related article on Medium.

See images from thesis exhibition.

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