In ClimCom, a series of 3 blended learning summer schools will be offered to a wide range of European multipliers and local authorities. In the summer school cycles, participants will acquire knowledge and skills on the complex and interrelated issues of climate change, energy and poverty, as well as their impacts such as forced migration, violation of human rights and vulnerabilities for developing countries.
Essentially, they will acquire the competences necessary to communicate these complex issues and the respective complicated problem items, thus empower themselves in their role as leaders and multipliers.
In this context, the Wuppertal Institute collects and illustrates its own communication experience. Related to the discourse of investigation and education of transition processes, the project aims to identify forms of communication with regard to a sustainable future development and climate culture.
The project especially questions the communicational perfomances of scientific institutions to be able to infer guidelines, opportunities and problems.