International Communication on Climate Change in the Media

Media-Workshop  21 June 2022: registration is now open

Organised in the framework of the annual International Weather and Climate Forum, the Media-Workshop gathers TV weather presenters, meteorologists, and international organisations to focus on new strategies and tools that will strengthen communication on climate issues with the public and decision-makers.
This year, the Media-Workshop helds on June, 21st, #ShowYourStripes​ Day, the international climate change awareness campaign initiated by climate scientist Ed Hawkins.


Session #1 (Morning)

Moderated by Marina RAIBALDI Journalist of France 3 Corse Via Stella.

9:15 – Official opening
Philippe BAPTISTE President of CNES and Jean JOUZEL President of Météo et Climat
9:30 – Earth from space
Robert MEISNER ESA Earth Observation Outreach & Φ-Experience coordinator
Supporting national action towards Paris Goals, the evolving role of observations
Paul FISHER ESA Climate Office Communications Manager
10:35 – Actionable data for climate change communication: beyond temperature
Carlo BUONTEMPO Director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) at ECMWF and Julien NICOLAS Reanalysis Scientist (C3S) at ECMWF
11:50 – Earth, wind and fire
Sylvain le MOAL Head of the “Satellite Data Valuation” division of Météo-France and Federico FIERLI Science and applications expert for atmosphere and climate at EUMETSAT

Session #2 (Afternoon)

Moderated by Bernadette WOODS PLACKY Meteorologist & Director of Climate Central

14:05 – Focus science: The contribution of the IPCC reports
Valérie MASSON-DELMOTTE Climate scientist at IPSL/LSCE and co-chair IPCC Working Group I (tbc) and Michael SECKLER Digital Communication Officer/UN Climate Change UNFCCC
15:00 – Focus creativity: Warming Stripes campaign
Ed HAWKINS Climate scientist, University of Reading, Lucy TAMMAM Creative Director, Atelier Tammam and Rou REYNOLDS Producer and songwriter
16:00 – Focus Solutions: Project Drawdown
Jonathan FOLEY Executive Director Drawdown
16:45 – Official closing (17:00 End)


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