Programme

The ten-day programme will be structured as follows: In the first part participants will learn why science communication is so important. They will be given tools to communicate successfully. The second part will deal with relevant research topics in the context of sustainability and global change. In the third part of the programme participants can practise to develop communication strategies within these contexts. At the same time a special focus will be given to the communication needs of their own areas of research or engagement. Experts, stakeholders, and guest lecturers from high level national and international institutes and organisations will contribute knowledge and insights to the Summer School programme. We will update the programme regularly!

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Last update: July 23

WEEK I: 20. Aug – 25. Aug 2019

Day 1 SETTING THE SCENE 20/08/2019
Day 2 COMMUNICATING CLIMATE CHANGE 21/08/2019
Day 3 COMMUNICATING CLIMATE CHANGE 22/08/2019
Day 4 ARCTIC ISSUES 23/08/2019
Day 5 Day at own Leisure 24/08/2019
Day 6 Day at own Leisure 25/08/2019

WEEK II: 26. Aug – 29. Aug 2019

Day 7 NATURAL HAZARDS 26/08/2019
Day 8 SCIENCE POLICY ENGAGEMENT 27/08/2019
Day 9 DAY OF REFLECTION 28/08/2019
Day 10 DAY OF PRESENTATION 29/08/2019