A Media-Workshop
on the theme “Communicating on Climate Change”

The Media-Workshop brings together weather presenters from 50 countries and representatives of European and international organizations. The objective is to conduct an in-depth reflection on how to communicate more effectively on Climate Change, toward TV viewers but also policy-makers.

Discussing communication strategies at the international level, and promoting the sharing of knowledge and expertise

The Media-Workshop will propose thematic group discussions led by moderators, presentations and roundtables animated by climate and social sciences experts, an exhibition dedicated to the sponsors of the Media-Workshop, and a role-playing game in partnership with the Red Cross/Red Crescent.

For more information on the Media-Workshop, contact us
Christian Vannier

Programme

(Click on the icon next to the speaker’s name to view or download the presentation)

Sunday, 3 June

04:00 – Visit of the FIM 2018 public exhibition with the participants of the Media-Workshop

Monday, 4 June

09:15 – Welcome address
Vincent Defourny Head of Public Information Division, UNESCO

09:30 – Role playing Game on climate
Hosted by Margot Steenbergen Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre and Zoe Tabary Thomson Reuters Foundation
picto-pdf-bleu.png Content toolkit: how to tell a compelling story about climate change

12:30 – Lunch-break

02:00 – Role playing game (continued)
– Innovative ways of reaching your audience.
picto-pdf-bleu.png Decisions for the Decade.

05:30 – Closing

Tuesday, 5 June

09:15 – Opening

09:30 – Copernicus Climate Change Service – Information products for climate communication
picto-pdf-bleu.pngFreja Vamborg ECMWF

10:00 – Climate from Space
picto-pdf-bleu.pngPascal Lecomte ESA

10:30 – EUMETSAT – EUMETSAT – Monitoring weather and climate from space
picto-pdf-bleu.pngVincent Gabaglio EUMETSAT

11:00 – Break

11:30 – Expert Experience Sharing Session
Hosted by Margot Steenbergen Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre
Clare Nullis World Meteorological Organization, Jonathan Lynn IPCC, Ernst Rauch Munich Re

12:30 – The future of weather presenting
Victorien Toro & Kader Djehaf Meteogroup

01:00 – Lunch-break

02:15 – Welcome address
Jean Jouzel President, Météo et Climat and Nicolas Hulot Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition (or his representative, to be confirmed)

02:25 – MeteoHeroes
Andrea Giulacci Mediaset

02:30 – Taking action for climate
Interactive Session hosted by Helga van Leur Ambassador in Climate, Sustainability and Behavior, The Netherlands
Groups leaders: Martha Lunda PWS, Malawi, Ada Monzon WKAQ, Porto Rico, John Morales NBC, US, Marina Raibaldi France 3 Corse Via Stella, Jesper Thielgaard Climatecommunication.eu, Denmark

15:30 – Messages-clés aux décideurs

16:00 – Closing

Testimonies of weather reporters around the world

Annet NAKIMBUGWE

PWS, Uganda

“It was appealing sharing knowledges on how to communicate on climate change with international weather presenters and sharing with experts from climate and social sciences”

Mehrez GHANNOUCHI

Chaîne nationale 1, Tunisie

“After all the exercices made and all the presentations, I thought to radicals changes on the Tunisian weather report”

Li NING

China Weather TV

“Smart, Impressive, Productive”

Sébastien LEAS

Météo France – Radio France

“Meeting other weather presenters, especially exchanging with our foreigner colleagues was very enriching so professionally as personally;  in particular in their description of their everyday life, and in the approach of the message to spread to people”