Schools around the country have been bringing into their fold of approved reading curriculum a new type of literature, “cli-fi,” or climate fiction, that presses the climate change agenda via popular fiction. “It’s a very, very energized time for this where people in literature have just as much to say as people who are in hard science fields, or technology and design fields, or various social-science approaches to these things,” said Jennifer Wicke,

and English professor at the University of Virginia’s who’s heading to the Bread Load campus at Middlebury College in Vermont to teach a course on climate fiction this June, Breitbart reported. The Bread Loaf School of English provides training for students who wish to go into teaching at both elementary and high-school levels. In other words: those attending this “cli-fi” course will likely incorporate what they learn into their own course curriculum when they begin teaching. READ MORE