Communicating COP21: What you really need to know
Christian Teriete of the Global Call for Climate Action and Keya Chatterjee of the US Climate Action Network explain the fundamentals of the Paris Climate Negotiations.
Communicating Adaptation and Resilience
With 2015 set to be the hottest year on record and having already seen a slew of extreme weather events in recent months, climate adaptation and resilience are at the forefronts of governments’ minds as they head to the UN climate conference in Paris. Frank Nutter, from the American Reinvestment Association, Adam Corner from Climate Outreach and Sven Harmeling from Care International explore the issue.
Tree Call on communicating climate finance
Climate finance is set to be a critical issue as governments work to implement the new global climate regime and ensure vulnerable nations can adapt to climate change and maximise their mitigation efforts. Sandra Guzman from the Mexican Center of Environmental Law, and Lies Craeynest from Oxfam International explore how to communicate on this issue.
Fossil fuel subsidies – how do we talk about them?
Governments still give vast amounts of taxpayer money to coal, oil and gas companies. Why do they do it, and how can climate communicators put pressure on them to change? David Turnbull from Oil Change International and Elif Gunduzyeli from Climate Action Network Europe discuss