Here is our “News Update” for 2009.
Below you will find several actions you can take.
1) Get a picture of what we have been up to so far in 2009
- View this Slideshare of our Visual 2009 Summary (just click on the above photo)
2) Join the Survival Academy – a conference we are co-hosting parallel to the COP15
Survival Academy is a place where people can come to learn about the things that they can do, and the changes that they need to make in themselves and their communities to influence and adapt to climate change. We are contributing with visual language, practices and training enabling meaningful dialogues around climate change.
3) Upgrade your visual thinking and practice skills for only 175€
- Grab a unique opportunity and join us on these dates where we will deliver 4 trainings (all in English):
• Tuesday Dec 8th 9-16, session 1 (Sign Up)
• Thursday Dec 10th 9-16, session 1 (Sign Up)
• Tuesday Dec 15th 9-16, session 1 (Sign Up)
• Thursday Dec 17th 9-16, sessions 2 (Sign Up)
Session 2 is for those who wish to go a bit further than session 1.
We will focus on building visual skills and tools you may need in dealing with climate change dialogues in your family, team, community and/or organisation. Our 3+1 workshops will help you build your own visual language and upgrade your visual facilitation skills. As with any of our trainings, you will re-learn how to draw and together with other participants build a visual language around climate change.
Take Away: For this special training we have developed a unique visual toolset which every participant will receive a personal copy of.
4) List your Top 10 words / concepts which you’d like a Visual Language for
Imagine you have a visual language which can help you communicate exactly what you need to communicate.
And you would be able to visualise it with simple strokes on a whiteboard or a napkin or a flipchart.
- Go to our Top 10 listing and list your words and see other Top 10 lists.
5) Stay tuned to what we do and help expand the field
- Sign up and subscribe to our future News Letters.
And keep your minds eye active,
Stine, Loa, Abdul, Lennart and Ole