Foredrag og debat om mediernes rolle med hensyn til at skabe bevidsthed og engagement i klima-sagen

22. oktober 2013 kl. 14:00-15:30 på Københavns Universitet:
What have future generations done for me lately?
Making sense of the role of media in shaping awareness and engagement with climate change

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Max Boykoff forsker i sammenhængene mellem miljøvidenskab, politik og praksis med særlig fokus på massemediernes rolle. Boykoff er lektor i Center for Science and Technology Policy på University of Colorado-Boulder og senior gæsteforsker hos the Environmental Change Institute på Oxford Universitet. Han seneste bog hedder ‘Who Speaks for Climate? Making sense of media reporting on climate change’.

• Chefredaktør på Politiken Bo Lidegaard vil respondere på foredraget.
• Prorektor for uddannelse Lykke Friis er moderator.

Foredraget finder sted den 22. oktober fra 14.00-15.30 i Auditorium 22.0.11
Københavns Universitet Amager
Emil Holms Kanal

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[In English]

What have future generations done for me lately?

Making sense of the role of media in shaping awareness and engagement with climate change

October 22nd 14.00-15.30 at Auditorium 22.0.11, University of Copenhagen Amager, Emil Holms Kanal, Building 22

Don’t miss out on Max Boykoff’s talk on the role of mass media in the climate change debate. Boykoff is author of Who Speaks for the Climate? and Assistant Professor in the Center for Science and Technology Policy at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He has concentrated his research on the interactions between state and non-state actors at the interface of environmental science, policy and practice.
Bo Lidegaard, Editor in Chief of the Danish newspaper Politiken, will respond with Prorector for Education Lykke Friis as moderator.

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