Media Workshop – International Communication on Climate Change in the Media

Considering the public’s growing interest for global warming issues, international weather presenters play an essential role in communicating. They are trusted and became true reputed “ambassadors” of climatic sensibilization alongside international organisations.
On the invitation of Phil Evans, Director-General of EUMETSAT, the next Media Workshop will be hosted by EUMETSAT in Darmstadt, Germany, 20 -22 June 2024.

The registration for onsite-participation is closed but parts of the programme will be available online – for free. You can register here.

Thursday 20 June 2024

The day will introduce the ongoing evolutions of weather and Copernicus satellites and forecasting systems which will shape the future of weather, ocean and climate warnings and communication. The afternoon will be dedicated to Meteosat imagery and its possible use for media communication on high-impact weather phenomena in Europe and Africa.

Friday 21 June 2024

This day will provide a unique opportunity for communicators and journalists to hear about the latest news on climate change and to interact with each other on communication strategies through discussion groups and serious games.

Focus on the #ShowYourStripe campaign
21 June 2024 is the day of a global communication campaign on climate change, “Show your stripes”, showing the warming stripes created by climatologist Ed Hawkins, professor at the University of Reading (UK) in 2018. To mark the occasion, international weather presenters and Media Workshop participants are invited to take part in the #ShowYourStripes Day.


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