Science & communication: Knowledge is not enough!?

How can we communicate climate science effectively and make a difference? And how can universities truly become drivers of sustainability? Join the public panel discussion online on 25 August.

Droughts, storms, heat waves, melting glaciers and rising sea-levels: We’re in trouble and have all the science to prove it. But is knowledge enough? How can we communicate climate science effectively and make a difference? And how can universities truly become drivers of sustainability?

Join the debate on Thursday, 25 August, 4pm, in HU lecture theatre 1072 or online.

Panelists include Nathalie Blanc, director of Centre des Politiques de la Terre, Sara Schurmann, freelance journalist and co-founder of the Climate Journalism Network Germany, Prof. Klaus Eisenack of Humboldt-Universität’s IRI THESys research institute and inventor of the game KEEP COOL, and Vero Pinzger of student-led initiative Nachhaltigkeitsbüro. The discussion will be moderated by Prof. Anne Enderwitz (HU).

The panel discussion is a highlight of the Circle U. summer schools "Communicating Climate Science" and "Reimagining Universities as Drivers of Sustainability".

Published Aug. 19, 2022 10:17 AM - Last modified Aug. 26, 2022 9:51 AM