Our Media Team helps to coordinate relationships with content producers, media outlets, and to build the technical capacity we will need to help people from around the world be part of our activities in Paris, during the COP21.
Members of the Media Team are also actively producing their own documentary and news footage, and publishing reports on the UNFCCC process.
While accredited officials are working behind closed doors in Le Bourget, many thousands of engaged citizens from around the world will be converging in Paris, demanding action, exploring solutions, and expressing the concerns and hopes of millions of others in every country of the world.
Citizens’ Voice aims to be a window for the world on the citizens’ energy of COP21. Every day during the two-week conference, we will be monitoring what’s going on inside the talks and outside in the streets. We are going to be more conversational, approachable, and playful than traditional news sources. Click here for a listing of daily features and more.
from team members Kaia Rose and Nicole Crescimanno
This web-series maps out what scientists, activists, policy makers and citizens are actually doing to tackle this problem. We examine different facets of this complex issue and break it down into bite-sized bits. Join us as we follow the people who are crafting paths toward a pivotal global climate change agreement this December in Paris—COP21.
from team member Laughlin Artz
It is getting clear that our job is primarily to provoke the conversation, to engage people in the inquiry of the critical connections between language, context and the current state of affairs in the world. Context News is bringing not only information, but context and levers for collaborative action, to its viewers.
from team members Hadley Greswold and Sonia Guggenheim
In the face of climate change, the climate sign unites people for climate action. The climate sign, like the peace sign, empowers individuals to show their connection to a global call for solutions. The climate sign can be used across time, and can also be used to build momentum for and at specific climate action events. Climate sign photos can be posted on social media with the hashtag #climatesign.
from team member Natalia Vega Berry
The People + Planet Project (P+PP) is a new global action network designed to activate the Climate Agreements and SDGs post–2015. The P+PP will mobilize large-scale campaigns that collectively will support these shared goals and provide users with content, tools and calls to action to integrate sustainable, socially responsible decisions into their everyday lives. Read more...
from Pathway to Paris director Joseph Robertson
Geoversiv is a media, research, design, and solutions-spreading endeavor, that embraces Buckminster Fuller’s observation that “the human brain is Nature’s most powerful anti-entropy engine” and seeks to envision—deliberately and with care and conscience—those over-the-horizon projects, technologies and collaborative capabilities that will foster success in our efforts to reduce entropy and expand sustainability, globally.
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If you want to help us spread the word through social media, please visit our Facebook Page, like the page, look for updates, and share with your networks. We will be posting regular updates there, celebrating the work of our volunteers and partners, and linking to reports from local working sessions.
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Our Media Team will also be collaborating with a network of partners to ensure there is a steady flow of rich and useful reporting from the COP21 in Paris, 24 hours a day.
To request to join, please go to our Action Teams sign-up page: pathwaytoparis.org/go