Project Drawdown is a world-class research organization and think tank that reviews, analyses, and identifies the most viable global solutions to reverse climate change, and shares these findings with the world.
The first part of the seminar will introduce the notion of Climate Change, why is it happening, what are its environmental as well as social consequences both on the global and local levels.
The second part of the seminar will highlight the most up-to-date worldwide research in terms of climate change adaptation measures and identify the ones with the highest potential to solve the climate crisis. How can we, individually and collectively, contribute to reducing our impact on climate change? Some measures are simple or straightforward but require awareness and habit changes, others are more complex, entrenched in our current systems, and will necessitate policies, regulations, activism, and a collective will to change.
The seminar will prompt interactive and often thought-provoking discussions!
Suitable for all, youth, students, professionals and the general public!