City: Uppsala, SLU Ultuna Campus
Organiser: Mistra Environmental Communication
This edition of the Mistra Environmental Communication Programme Meeting is over. Thank you for your participation!
We had two days of inspiring collaborations on new ways of communicating sustainability and environmental questions.
This time we also reflected upon what we have learned together up until now, resulting in very valuable impressions for going forward with our application for a second programme term.
You will find the schedule for the meeting below. Are you interested in some of the themes? Do not hesitate to contact email@example.com!
This session will focus on the ideological struggles around the environment and human-nature relations as they are presented in the analysed case studies of Swedish television programmes and documentaries.
Please join us in an “experiment” with art and environmental communication at the Uppsala Art Museum! Everybody is warmly invited, we would appreciate a large crowd!
This interactive session explores our experiences of polarisation in the communication around environmental and sustainability issues.
The session aims at identifying opportunities for collaboration between environmental communication education at SLU and Mistra EC’s partner organisations.
- Amelia Mutter: Communicative Environmentality in the Leva Project
- Jutta Haider & Malte Rödl: Algorithms & meaning-making in times of climate change — some reflections
- Coralie Gourguechon: (An Artist in Residence’s take on environmental communication- title tbc)
In this session, we reflect on the work in the programme so far, and ask ourselves what we have learned about environmental communication in the last years – and what we had hoped to learn but did not.
The session features the screening of two films produced as part of Mistra Environmental Communication research at the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism at Charles University in Prague.
In this short session, we will hear from a group of students at the University of Texas at Austin how they investigated the journey of organic cotton.
This session will share some of the findings from WP4 and explore these in the wider context of the question how complex issues connected to sustainability can be and are communicated.
Professor in Environmental Communication
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Division of Environmental Communication, Department of Urban and Rural Development