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气候传播国际会议 International Conference on Climate Change Communication 2013

For the full program including speakers, please download the PDF. 

DAY 1

Opening Ceremony and Welcome

The State of the Science of Climate Change

Situating Climate Change Communication: Scholarship

Climate Change Audiences: Public climate change knowledge, perceptions, policy preferences and behavior

Climate Change Communication Strategies

Concluding Speeches

DAY 2

Prof. Javier Urbina-Soria

Climate Change Messengers

Clilmate Change Communication Channels

Case Studies I:  A Global Effort to Communicate Climate Science and the IPCC's Fifth Assessment Report; Climate Change Commitments: Implementation of Climate Change Policy and Increasing Public Awareness in EU Member States; China's First Low Carbon Day: an example of a public campaign

Case Studies II: Climate Change and the Russian Media; Environmental Journalism in China; The Climate News Network; Boradcast Meteorologists as Climate Communicators

Case Studies III: Health Canada's Climate Change and Health Communications Approach; Seeds of Knowledge - UNEP's Climate Change Solutions Program; Communicating to Encourage Action, Not to Scare

Case Studies IV:  Campaign on Forests as Carbon Sinks in China; The Climate Action Coalition in China (the C+ Campaign); Climate Change Adaptation in China

Concluding Remarks and Next Steps

Conference Photos

Above (right): Javier Urbina-Soria, Professor at the School of Psychology, National University of Mexico, speaks about Public Awareness on Climate Change in Mexico. Dr. Urbina-Soria has published on the psycho-social dimensions of climate change. His current research at the School of Psychology focuses on environmental risk perception and communication, with an emphasis in climate change. 

 Speakers on a panel titled, "Climate Communication Audiences: public climate change knowledge" (from left):  Dr. Jagadish Thaker, a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore; Dr.  Mei-Ling Hsu, Professor of Journalism at the College of Communication, National Chengchi University in Taiwan; Dr. Javier Urbina Soria, Professor at the School of Psychology, National University of Mexico; and Mr. Tan Copsey, a research manager at BBC Media Action.


The overseas guests at the conference


 Key conference organizers (from left): Ms. Binbin Wang, Executive Director of the China Center for Climate Change Communication and Manager of the Climate Change Team of Oxfam Hong Kong; Ms. Lisa Fernandez, Assistant Director at the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication; Prof. Baowei Zheng, Director of the China Center for Climate Change Communication.  At right in the photo: Ms. Guirong Tian, founder of the only environmental protection association for Chinese farmers and a 2008 Olympic Torch Bearer.