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Putting a halt on climate change, stories from forests and wetlands

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Presented by Anggrita Cahyaningtyas and Natasha Elkington, at GLF Kyoto Media Workshop, May 12th, 2019.

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Putting a halt on climate change, stories from forests and wetlands

  1. 1. Shifting attitudes and mindsets By Anggrita Cahyaningtyas, Natasha Elkington
  2. 2. Greta Thurnberg speech at COP 24, Katowice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFkQSGyeCWg
  3. 3. What works in the movement started by Greta Thunberg? • She is young and has in-depth knowledge of climate change • She calls for action • She brings hope for the future; an emotional and personal message • She has more freedom to speak and grab the attention of the media; she brings in a new energy • Rising above the political and technical discussions – highlights the importance of climate change issues • A human face to the climate crisis • Society and education are important – help get her message across; students are more engaged • She is representative for the new generations • Less detail, but moving and incentivizing; imagining the consequences • Putting questions forward – relatable questions
  4. 4. Engaging audience for impact By Anggrita Cahyaningtyas, Natasha Elkington
  5. 5. Environmental issues: big problem built over small habits? Bad policy decision? Putting human factor and interaction in environmental issues WHAT KIND OF STORIES OF ENVIRONMENT YOU WANT TO SEE?
  6. 6. Group 4 (Amy Duchelle, Danae Maniatis, Yunanto Wijiutomo, Larissa Alem) Story idea: • Positive and empowering stories – eg: Indonesia cutting deforestation despite massive tropical deforestation across the world • Reporting on personal choices and how those connect to our goals eg: worst/best things to do for the planet • Obvious problems – eg: plastics; • Using different perspectives: through a policy, political, economic lens • Agroforestry = combining agriculture and forests • Relatable, real stories; talking about impact to grab attention
  7. 7. Group 3 (Yoshiko Miwa, Shigeyuki Koide, Dennis Sonwa, Hsiao Fan-Wu ) Story idea: • Obvious problems – eg: plastics; • Using different perspectives: through a policy, political, economic lens • Agroforestry = combining agriculture and forests • Relatable, real stories; talking about impact to grab attention
  8. 8. Group 2 (Ali Noorani, Johann Fleuri, Emelyne Cheney, Daniel Murdiyarso) Story idea: • Aging populations – illustrating concepts with real facts • Bitesized stories, debunking things, actionable, fact-based articles • Building a narrative around a study case • Finding champions for stories or figure that can be symbol of the issue (think someone like Malala, Greta)
  9. 9. Group 1 (Pham Thi Thanh Ha, Komal Kumar, Kaoru Kitajima, ichiro Matsuo) Story idea: • Using graphics to capture attention – eg National Geographic • Building more relatable stories – what is the personal angle (similarly to health-related reports), how our personal choices affect climate
  10. 10. WRAP UP AND EVALUATION GREEN What are the most interesting and useful part of the workshop? ORANGE What needs to be improved?

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