PROFESSIONALS / June 21st, 2022

Media Workshop

International communication on climate change in the media

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Organized in the framework of the annual event International Weather and Climate Forum, the Media Workshop gathers TV weather presenters – meteorologists and representatives of European and International organisations with the aim to focus on new strategies and tools to strengthen communication on climate issues with the public and decision-makers. This year, the Media Workshop has chosen the date of 21st of June in order to be more involved in the international climate change awareness campaign “Warming Stripes” initiated by the climatologist Ed Hawkins.

The essential

  • June 21st, 2022
  • Format: hybrid (face-to-face by invitation and virtual)
Laurence MONNOYER-SMITH

Laurence MONNOYER-SMITH

CNES

Jean JOUZEL

Jean JOUZEL

President of Meteo et Climat

Marina RAIBALDI

Marina RAIBALDI

France 3 Corse Via Stella

Robert MEISNER

Robert MEISNER

ESA

Paul FISHER

Paul FISHER

ESA

Carlo BUONTEMPO

Carlo BUONTEMPO

ECMWF

Julien NICOLAS

Julien NICOLAS

ECMWF

Sylvain le MOAL

Sylvain le MOAL

Météo-France

Federico FIERLI

Federico FIERLI

EUMETSAT

Bernadette WOODS PLACKY

Bernadette WOODS PLACKY

Climate Central

Valérie MASSON-DELMOTTE

Valérie MASSON-DELMOTTE

IPSL/LSCE

Michael SECKLER

Michael SECKLER

UNFCCC

Ed HAWKINS

Ed HAWKINS

Warming Stripes campaign

Lucy TAMMAM

Lucy TAMMAM

Atelier Tammam

Jonathan FOLEY

Jonathan FOLEY

Drawdown

AGENDA

9:15 – Official Opening
Laurence MONNOYER-SMITH Head of Sustainable Development at CNES and Jean JOUZEL President of Meteo et Climat

9:30 – SESSION “INFORMATION PRODUCTS FOR CLIMATE COMMUNICATION”

Moderated by Marina RAIBALDI Journalist at France 3 Corse Via Stella

9:30 – Earth from space
Robert MEISNER ESA Earth Observation Outreach & Φ-Experience coordinator and Supporting national action towards Paris Goals, the evolving role of observations with Paul FISHER, ESA Climate Office Communications Manager

10:30 – Break (5mn)

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

11:35 – Coffee Break (15mn)

11:50 – Earth, wind and fire: monitoring the life cycle of forest fires and their impact
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

12:40 – Focus African Space Art Project (tbc)

13:00 – Lunch break

14:00 – SESSION “COMMUNICATING CLIMATE CHANGE”

Moderated by Bernadette WOODS PLACKY Meteorologist and director of Climate Central

14:05 – Focus science: The contribution of the IPCC reports
Valérie MASSON DELMOTTE PhD, climate scientist IPSL/LSCE and Co-Chair, Working Group I of IPCC (tbc) and Michael SECKLER Digital Communication Officer/UN Climate Change UNFCCC

14:45 – Coffee Break

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

15:45 – Coffee Break

16:00 – Focus Solutions: Achieving Drawdown – A Hopeful, Science-Based Approach to Stop Climate Change withJonathan FOLEY Executive Director, Drawdown

16:45 – Official Closing

17:00 – End

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