Thursday 27 April from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. Don’t have time to read the 2000 pages of the IPCC report? In 3 hours, the “Climate Fresk” workshop allows you to understand the science behind climate change.
“Climate Fresk” – sometimes called Climate Collage – is a collaborative workshop developed in France with a growing global following. Over 500,000 people have participated so far in more than 50 countries. Based on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Reports, this 3 hour workshop uses 42 cards arranged in a cause and effect sequence to allow you to understand the essential issues of climate change. “Climate Fresk” makes it possible in a short time to understand the functioning of the climate system as well as the causes and consequences of its disruption.
This workshop is co-hosted by Dr. Sara Hannafin, Lecturer in Geography at University of Limerick, and Helena Fitzgerald, Research Fellow in the Department of Economics at University of Limerick.
You can learn more about Climate Fresk here https://climatefresk.org/
Register with Eventbrite here https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/climate-fresk-tickets-525687524537