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Online Conference on Climate Change Communication: Listening, Storytelling, Networking

Climate change, climate crisis, climate emergency: How do we find the right words to talk about global warming and to foster sustainability? At the conference, participants can expect inputs on political framing and communication, interactive workshops with practical examples, networking opportunities, inspiring short videos - and all this online!
  • Jun 30, 2020 01:30 PM to Jul 01, 2020 01:30 PM

Online: Zoom

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Registration: The conference is free of charge. Registration until 14 June 2020 here.
Due to the Data Protection Ordinance (DS-GVO), registration is only possible using this form.


Mediatized Climate Communication
How climate research, journalism and social media interact and where communication gets stuck.
Irene Neverla, Professor (Emerita) of the University of Hamburg/D

The New Psychology of Climate Action

Per Espen Stoknes, Center for Green Growth, Norwegian Business School

Political framework: Is the climate crisis also a communication crisis?
Christoph Hofinger, Institute for Social Research and Consulting, Vienna

Climate Change: The Value of Narratives, Storytelling and Language
Martin Reisigl, University of Vienna

The Alpine Climate Target System 2050 and its Implementation in the Alpine Space
Helmut Hojesky, chairman of the Alpine Climate Board

Workshops and inputs
Climate spring, climate protection in everyday life,
adaptation strategies from Meran, the charter of Budoia, climate game 100max,
activities of the Alpine Climate Board

Short films on the climate crisis
among others by Fridays for Future and Gobelins Film School

Interactive breaks
with yoga and a walk through Bozen


Language: Keynotes and plenary exchanges will be proposed in the four Alpine languages and English. Workshops and break will be in English.

Organized by the Alpine Partnership for Local Climate Action (ALPACA)

This online conference is supported by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, the Federal Ministry of the Republic of Austria for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology and the Autonomous Province of Bozen - South Tyrol.