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DECALOGUE FOR A CORRECT COMMUNICATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate change is not a new issue, but the need for sustainable solutions is more urgent than ever. While more than 30 years of public communication on climate change have raised international awareness and concerns, large-scale behavioral changes have not followed.
In order to obtain correct climate communication, it is necessary to go further, simply by providing people with information that refers to the evidence of climate change and the dramatic consequences that they can have on everyone’s life. Communicators and educators must move from providing scientific results to involving people in an emotional and active commitment.
The Click on T decalogue was born from this need: 10 simple points that offer communicators and educators the keystone to reduce the gap between scientific results, public communication and behavioral change.
INVOLVING LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN ACTIVITIES MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
This presentation brings together a selection of good practices to facilitate communication on climate change and encourage local communities to take action.
FACILITATING LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS ON CLIMATE CHANGE
Communication is made up of images and words: while the images can be immediate, the language passes through a cultural mediation and a too technical or articulated language moves the interlocutor away, giving him the feeling of not being up to the message. These presentations helps the communicator to simplify a text with a few simple tricks and make it accessible to the general public.
VISUAL STORYTELLING IN EDUCATION FOR ADULT ON CLIMATE CHANGE
This contribution will illustrate the advantages of using a visual storytelling activity, a technique that offers the opportunity to introduce the emotional aspect into teaching/learning activities, but which can also constitute a tool to better evaluate the effects of an educational path.
Climate change through the theatrical action
How can we inspire people and turn the challenges of climate change into opportunities? A creative answer to this question can be provided by theatrical action.
THE USE OF ENERGISERS DURING A CLIMATE CHANGE MEETING
Energisers raise the energy level of a training session by gaining back people’s attention and interest and therefore improving the training by itself. Enjoyable activities which refresh the group can be incorporated within a training course in order to stimulate the participants either physically, mentally or at best both together. It is very important to adjust the type of energisers as well as the required time frame and material to the specific context of the training.
THE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT MEASURES THE IMPACT THAT OUR ACTIVITIES HAVE ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND IN PARTICULAR ON CLIMATE CHANGE.
The ecological footprint of each person measures the totality of greenhouse gases emitted, either directly or indirectly, through their daily activities, habits and behaviors.
HOW TO USE OUR BRAIN
Your brain is in charge of controlling involuntary things and a lot of other things for you as well, never expecting any thanks from you.
RESILIENT COMMUNITIES AND CLIMATE CHANGE: THE GREEN MOGO CENTER
Since 2007 the Green Mogo Center has been promoting sustainability education for children and young people, the sustainable development of local communities and “green” building and living, supporting eco-efficiency
WASTE AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Waste represents 3% of total greenhouse gas emissions, how can we reduce them? The principle of prevention and recycling come to our aid.
Raise awareness on the problem of climate change, give general advice and some indicators
Below is a resource, to raise awareness on the problem of climate change, give general advice and highlight some indicators that allow farmers to know if their practices contribute to mitigating climate change or if they aggravate it.