Climate Handprint – Motivating People to Act (Workshop)

Do good and talk about it! For a long time, climate communication focussed on footprints and renunciation, which can slow down the motivation to act. To counter this feeling of powerlessness, the Climate Handprint communication tool developed in India for the various areas of sustainability was established and transferred to the climate context in Germany and elsewhere. Taking action, making a positive impact, participating in the transformation – this is the focus of the approach that Julia Siewert will be presenting. As an expert, she will explain the concept of the Climate Handprint. Siewert works as a senior manager for KlimAktiv, a think tank based in Tübingen that helps develop climate protection strategies for companies and private individuals, among other things.

We invite the good practice example in collaboration with Art Music Denmark and will communicate it, soon. In the last third of the workshop, all participants are invited to discuss their own questions and experiences with the input providers.

THU September 19, 2024
4-5:30 pm
Workshop leader: Julia Siewert (KlimAktiv)
Location: Online (Zoom)
Registration: The workshops are free of charge. Please register via our registration form.

The workshop series is aimed at funding recipients of the partner funding institutions and actors in the independent contemporary music scene (artists, ensembles, festivals, organizations, etc.). The workshops are not consecutive and can also be taken individually depending on your interests.

The workshop series was jointly initiated, developed and financed by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation, the Goethe-Institut, Impuls neue Musik, inm / field notes, the Musikfonds, ON Cologne, Akademie der Künste and Art Musik Denmark. ON Cologne is supported by the Cultural Office of the City of Cologne and the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.