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Climate change - 13.02.2008

Why and how to communicate on climate change? (conference: 27 February)
The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) in partnership with the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), are organising a roundtable on communications approaches to translate concerns about global warming into behavioural changes, on 27 February 2007, in Brussels.
The roundtable aims to develop communication capacity of all stakeholders involved in climate change, from local government to individual citizens, the private sector, businesses, associations and NGOs.
Which communication tools and approaches will be most effective in translating concerns about global warming into behavioural changes on the ground? What is the European Commission's role in communicating European political priorities on environment? These are some of the questions which will be raised during the roundtable. It will be organised around two sessions: one focussing on the "top-down" actions and the other on the "bottom-up" actions.
Key speakers will include Dimitris Dimitriadis, President of the European Economic and Social Committee; Guido Sacconi, President of the European Parliament Temporary Committee on Climate Change; Mogens Peter Carl, General Director DG Environment, European Commission; Jacqueline Mc Glade: Director of the European Environment Agency.
Practical information
Venue: European Economic and Social Committee, Room VMA 1
Rue Van Maerlant, 2 - 1040 Brussels
Date: 27 February 2008
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