This session will overview the critical issues raised by Big Oil’s funding of climate change-related research in elite universities, including questions of greenwashing, conflicts of interest, academic freedom, the intersection of research and policy, and universities’ credibility within climate conversations.
Category: #2 Climate Accessibility [Science]
In this presentation I argue that art can be both 'good' and 'bad' for climate. I identify how art might enable a climate (mis-)representation, yet I also show that art has a profound and unique capacity to offer poignant and meaningful representation of environmental issues.
Category: #2 Climate Accessibility [Performing & Visual Arts]
In this session, we will demonstrate how educators from all disciplines and countries can integrate climate change into their everyday teaching and equip their students with skills to develop innovative local solutions to this global problem.
Category: #1 Climate Accessibility [Education]