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Workshop - La fresque du climat

mercredi 20 décembre 2023

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The Climate Fresk is a participatory learning tool designed to help people understand the science of climate change, its impacts, and potential solutions. It is based on a visual framework that guides participants through a discussion of the key concepts of climate change in a non-technical and engaging way.

The Climate Fresk was created in 2015 by Cédric Ringenbach, a former director of The Shift Project, a French research institute that focuses on sustainable development. The tool has been translated into over 20 languages and has been used by over 1,300,000 people worldwide.

Here is a summary of the key features of the Climate Fresk:

·  Visual framework: The Climate Fresk is based on a visual framework that consists of 42 cards that are based on the IPCC reports and use simple language and images to explain complex concepts in a way that is easy to understand.

·  Participatory learning: The Climate Fresk is designed to be a participatory learning experience. Participants are encouraged to discuss the cards and share their own ideas and perspectives. This helps to create a sense of ownership of the learning process and can lead to deeper understanding.

·  Non-technical approach: The Climate Fresk does not require any prior knowledge of climate science. The tool is designed to be accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds.

·  Focus on solutions: The Climate Fresk does not just focus on the problems of climate change. The tool also includes discussion of potential solutions and actions that individuals, businesses, and governments can take to address the climate crisis.

The Climate Fresk has been praised for its effectiveness in raising awareness about climate change and inspiring action to address it. The tool has been used by a wide range of organizations, including schools, businesses, NGOs, and government agencies. It has also been used in training sessions for policymakers and decision-makers.

A lawyer by education, Philippe Nemry is a facilitator of several workshops aiming at raising awareness and promoting changes at individual, corporate and systemic levels to fight climate change, ecosystems destruction and biodiversity losses and altogether create a positive future. Besides that, he is also a mediator in civil and commercial disputes and is an independent business developer in the building industry.

Free (subscription is mandatory - No show fee 50€ excl. VAT)

Wednesday 20 of December (2 sessions)
Welcome : 13.45  - workshop : 14.00 -> 17.00
Welcome : 17.45  - workshop : 18.00 -> 21.00


Début: 20 décembre 2023
Fin: 20 décembre 2023


Avenue Louise 500
1050 Bruxelles

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