The Climate Walk is a combined research, education and media-art project by the Wanderers of Changing Worlds. It is about walking across Europe to understand regional experiences of Climate Change. It is about listening to local perspectives, learning from them and connecting these stories together to construct a holistic, people-centric understanding of these complex phenomena.
Postponing the Climate Walk
The Climate Walk through Europe will be postponed to 2022. Please read through the following blog post if you want to learn more about the reasons for this decision, and why it offers more opportunities than expected (and what we have planned instead for the summer of 2021): https://www.climatewalk.eu/2021/03/postponing-the-climate-walk/
Days until our ‘Walk-Off’ on June 5, 2022 at the North Cape:
What We Do
Listening to the stories of people affected by Climate Change and Changing ClimateS – stories of conflict, action, hope, etc. – enables us to learn and understand the facets which constitute its complex reality.
Our role is not one of lecturing. It is that of mediation: Bring people together, foster cooperation, create interlinked local and global knowledge based on the SDGs and thus hopefully trigger long term actions and impact.
Media & Art
The stories of the people we encounter and the places we experience along the way are crucial. That is why we will create podcasts, films, blogs, and works of art to reach the wider audience the issue at hand deserves.
Climate Change. Two words, infinite stories. Everyone has heard of it and everyone knows in one way or another what it’s supposed to mean; but not everyone believes in it. What is it with Climate Change that people treat it as if it was something you can believe in if you want? Is it because...Read Full Post