Submit your Creative Project to fight Climate Change! [fr]
On the occasion of the forum ’Creative Responses to Climate Change’, held in Trinity College Dublin on 5th November, we will be showcasing creative projects designed by citizens to fight against climate change. Submit yours before 7th October! CALL NOW CLOSED.
Deadline extended to the 7th October
On Monday 5th November, in Trinity College Dublin, we will be bringing together together key figures involved in the climate negotiations, civil society representatives and activists, and interested citizens for a unique forum: ‘Creative Responses to Climate Change: a Marketplace for Ideas’.
This free event will be focused on exchanging ideas, and will showcase solutions being developed to meet the climate change challenge. Take part in this forum by submitting yours!
CALL NOW CLOSED
Applications are invited from interested parties who wish to showcase projects tackling the adverse impact of climate change. Projects from all disciplines are welcomed.
They should offer a concrete and/or creative solution for citizens and society to contribute to the fight against climate change.
Download the below Call for Projects & application form.
- Call for Projects: Creative Responses to Climate Change
- (PDF - 1.2 Mb)
- Application form_Climate Change
- (Word - 1.2 Mb)
Return it completed to science[a]ambafrance-ie.org
- Sunday 7th October 2018: deadline for applications
- Week of the 8th October 2018: announcement of selected projects
- Monday 5th November 2018: forum ’Creative Responses to Climate Change: a Marketplace for Ideas’, taking place in Trinity College Dublin from 1-5 pm
- This call for projects is open to all audiences: young people, students, NGOs, representatives of civil society, industry and academia. Projects can be presented by an individual as well as a group.
- Projects from all disciplines (Science, Humanities, Arts, Engineering, etc) are accepted
- Projects presented should follow principles of sustainable development
- Applicants should be able to attend the event on the afternoon of Monday 5th November in Dublin (Trinity College Dublin)
|1.30 – 1.45 pm||Coffee & Registration|
|1.50 – 2 pm||Official opening|
|2.00 – 2.40 pm||Opening addresses|
|2.40 – 3.00 pm||Q&A|
|3.00 – 3.30 pm||Food for thought: ‘2016-2018: Where are we now?’|
|3.30 – 3.40 pm||Q&A|
|3.40 – 4.10 pm||Eat & Meet: coffee break allowing participants to wander in the marketplace & meet exhibitors|
|4.10 – 4.30 pm||How can you help? A showcase of solutions – pick yours!|
Startups, scientists, researchers, companies, citizens etc.
Each presentation: 3 minutes max // 5 presentations max
|4.30 – 4.50 pm||Food for thoughts|
|4.50– 5.00 pm||Respondent|
|5.00 – 5.10 pm||Q&A|
|5.10 – 5.15 pm||Official Ending|
|5.15 pm||Apéritif to close the day|
Two years after the Paris Agreement came into force on 4 November 2016, and in advance of the upcoming COP24 United Nations conference to be held in Katowice, Poland, from 3 to 14 December 2018, the Embassy of France in Ireland, Trinity International Development Initiative, the Institute of International and European Affairs and Trócaire have come together to hold a public event on the subject of climate change, one of the key political, diplomatic, economic, social and ecological challenges of the 21st century.
Taking place in Dublin on Monday 5 November 2018, ‘Creative Responses to Climate Change: a Marketplace for Ideas’ will provide a space for dialogue, information-sharing and creativity, and will bring together key figures involved in the climate negotiations, civil society representatives and activists, and interested citizens. An opening speech will be delivered by Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland.
The programme will consider all aspects of the climate change challenge, from the global issues at stake, to those at the heart of everyday life. The day will provide an opportunity for the public to learn more about the international climate negotiations, to talk to players from the North and South of the planet and to discover ways to take concrete action every day.
This free event is focused on exchanging ideas, and will showcase solutions being developed to meet the climate change challenge.
Date & time: Monday 5th November, 1-5 pm
Venue: Tercentenary Lecture Theatre, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, 152-160 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
Free event but registration necessary here
Please contact: science[a]ambafrance-ie.org for further information