Climate Fresk Workshop (Online)
Create a visual overview of the causes and consequences of climate disruption and deepen your understanding of the science behind climate change in this interactive workshop based on the Climate Fresk game.
The Climate Fresk workshop (formerly Climate Collage) is based on the latest and most robust scientific research into climate disruption, specifically the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report. We use 42 colourful cards coupled with facilitated discussions to learn about what is driving climate change, how this affects natural systems, and the consequences of climate change for life on earth.
No knowledge of climate science is needed!
Once the story of climate change emerges, we’ll reflect on what we’ve learned and tap into the wisdom of the group to identify ways to tackle climate and environmental disruption individually and collectively.
By the end of this workshop, you will:
- have a better understanding of climate change and the science that shows causes and consequences
- have a visual overview of the complexity and inter-connectedness of climate change
- be more aware of how both individual and collective actions are necessary to drive change
- have had a chance to reflect on what you have learned and hear the reflections of others
- have some ideas about the steps that you want to take moving forward to tackle today’s challenges
After the workshop, we’ll send you a PDF of the visual overview you created in the group, as well as access to extra resources that you and the participants can use for reference and future learning.
You can request a refund via Eventbrite up to 7 days before the start of this event. Eventbrite will issue your refund, minus any fees they charge.
If you cancel your place within 7 days of the start of the event, no refunds are available. If you wish, you can give your workshop place to someone else – just let us know on the day.
- 7 Sep, 06h00-9h00am [Online]
- 28 Sep, 17h30-20h30 [Innsbruck]
About the Deep Time Walk
The Deep Time Walk was co-created by Dr Stephan Harding and Sergio Maraschin, at Schumacher College (England). For more information about the Deep Time Walk Project please visit www.DeepTimeWalk.org.
About the experience leaders
As facilitators our intention is to co-create a deep experience by walking together in the steps of the history of our planet. We are trained facilitators and coaches, not experts in ecological science. Our wish is to invite you to be part of a collective journey, combining head, heart and feet – an opportunity to question our place in the living world, and reflect on our individual and collective commitment for change.