Public Climate Fresk @ Babilou Family

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Public Climate Fresk @ Babilou Family

“The Climate Fresk” is a fun, participatory and creative workshop on climate change based on the IPCC assessment report.

By Climate Fresk & Digital Collage Team - Singapore

When and where

Date and time

Mon, 1 Aug 2022 19:00 - Mon, 5 Jun 2023 21:30 +08


BS Center 3/F <> Babilou Family Offices 243, Alexandra Road Singapore, Singapore 159932 Singapore

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About this event

« The Climate Fresk » is a science-based workshop that aims to educate and raise awareness about climate change worldwide.

Based on the IPCC report, it explains how and why the climate changes at the current pace and the consequences of its disruption. It gives participants the opportunity to learn a lot in a very short period of time for both novices and experts.

How the game works: The workshop is based on a 42-card game. Each card represents a topic, a cause or a consequence of climate change.

As a team, guided by your facilitator, you are to find the cause-effect relationship between the different components of climate change. Collective intelligence will get you from one deck of cards to the next! This step-by-step collage provides keys to understand the complexity and develop a strong understanding of the science.

The workshop’s program:

- A Brief History Of "The Climate Fresk" workshop

- Icebreaker

- Construction of the Climate Fresk guided by your facilitator

- A short break (if needed)

- Creative phase

- Debrief + time to share, express thoughts and feelings

Please take your ticket only if you are sure that you can make it ! There will be recurring occasions in the future to attend the workshop again. Refund will be processed if cancellation is requested at least 24 hours before the workshop starting time.

We might take photos during workshops for our social media, please let us know if you wish not to be part of such photos.

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