WHAT THE HECK'S A FRESK?
"Fresk" is short for fresco, which is an artistic technique used to create great murals. The Climate Fresk is a learning workshop where participants arrange cards to create their own unique climate mural. The workshop is authored by engineer and professor, Cédric Ringenbach, and led by a community of "Freskers". The format is interactive and engages participants with data from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports. It raises awareness about climate change in a playful and collaborative way. Learn more and sign up at climatefresk.org.
UNDERSTAND CLIMATE CHANGE
In the face of this emergency, everyone must be able to understand climate change, make sense of the information, form an opinion, accept the necessary changes for the preservation of life on the planet and act quickly!
HOW THE WORKSHOP WORKS
In a 3-hour workshop, participants gather around a table in teams of 4 to 7 people. They work with cards representing different components of climate change and put them in order highlighting links between cause and effect. A Fresker supervises one or more teams and guides them using a collective intelligence approach. The Fresker then facilitates an exchange to debrief and explore individual and collective solutions and broaden reflection beyond climate issues.
ACCESSIBLE TO ANYONE
The Fresk is suitable for all audiences and all levels of understanding. It addresses both novices and the more aware who wish to deepen their knowledge on climate issues. We offer tailor-made workshops, adapted to all audiences: community members, employees, students, public and private sector decision-makers. The Fresk also exists in the form of a Junior Fresk for 10-14 year olds.
To advance our goal of increasing access to climate justice activities, we are pleased to offer community workshops free of charge. If you'd like to bring a dedicated Climate Fresk to your organization, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss pricing.
Saturday, October 7, 2023
10 am - 1 pm
Mission Valley Library