Framing Climate Justice
Stories are central to campaigns: you need a good one to win. But what does a good climate change story look like? Or more elusively, what about a good climate
Stories are central to campaigns: you need a good one to win. But what does a good climate change story look like? Or more elusively, what about a good climate justice story? As more and more environmental campaigners begin to bring questions of justice into their work, they struggle with knowing which narratives work, and which values, metaphors, and examples can motivate people to act.
As the first stage of our Framing Climate Justice project has closed, we invite you to join PIRC, 350.org, NEON and folks from across the UK climate justice movement to hear our research findings and communications recommendations drawn from 12 months of investigation and collaboration. We will share the results of our tests on Emergency, Responsibility, Hope and Solidarity frames, discuss implications and share ideas for what comes next.
All events will take place on Zoom and we will email through the relevant links beforehand when you register. You can get help installing zoom here.
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Organised in collaboration with:
PIRC (Public Interest Research Centre), 350.org, NEON (New Economy Organisers Network)
Part of From the Ground Up: Global Gathering for Climate Justice – a space for our movements to come together, strategise, and build power for systemic change.
(Friday) 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm