[Episode 17] Communicating to different stakeholders on several topics is a complex, yet crucial task. A task we talked about with Carlo Corazza, Head Of Office and Spokesperson to the European Parliament offices in Italy.
[Episode 16] Scientist Eleonora Cogo, ideator of the Change Game shortlisted in the Best Innovation category at the Italian Video Game Awards, describes its potential to represent the human impact on the planet and climate change's complexity.
[Episodio 15] Luca Mercalli ci espone la grande complessità della narrativa sul cambiamento climatico e come parlarne efficacemente.
[Episode 14] During this holiday spirit, Rethinking Climate interviewed Lucia Caccialupi currently volunteering for FIDU promoting the protection of human rights and recent CommEUnication project fighting euroscepticism.
Netflix movie "Don't Look Up" reflects on the collective indifference towards the climate crisis.
[Episode 13] During this holiday spirit, Rethinking Climate interviewed Francesca Giacometti about her civil service work with Mani Tese to support international cooperation for climate justice.
[Episode 12] Communication can vary depending on the context. Whether you are writing or when you are speaking to policy-makers. We talked about the power of words with diplomat and author Grammenos Mastrojeni.
This Monday October 18 the Climate Social Forum will launch its second edition that will include daily conferences and workshops until October 23. We are pleased supporters of this great collective initiate that can bring communities who want to make a difference together. Our organization will speak about climate narratives on October 19 at 15:30 … Continue reading Attending The Climate Social Forum
On September 27, Rethinking Climate is hosting a conference on sustainability communication under the initiative #All4Climate by Italy's Ministry For The Ecological Transition.
Fatma is a mother providing for her family through agriculture. However, rising temperatures, floods, and polluting industries are making growing crops harder.