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At the second Student Climate Summit to a World Climate Summit everything will be different. The new Student Climate Summit provides students with the necessary basic knowledge to understand the creeping process of the Climate Change. Experts explain the Greenhouse Effect, the Climate Change of the last 800.000 years and illustrate possible developments with 3D animations. Interviews and video conferences allow students to understand the necessary international perspectives of the global challenges in addition with contributions from students showing possible solutions on the ground.

Targets

  • Sensitise the students for the challenges of the global Climate Change
  • Well-founded opinion forming in postfactual times
  • Illustrate how the world will change and look like in 2050
  • Point-out Climate Protection solutions
  • „Call to action“ – motivate students to participate active in future design process for our world
  • Develop a joint message to the 24th UN Climate Change Conference

Event-Profile

  • Student Climate Summit for the 24th UN Climate Conference
  • Event location: Bad Salzuflen – City Theatre
  • Target audience: Students from East-Westphalia and all over Germany from grade 9
    • ⇒ around 450 Students
  • Philosophy “Students in the leading role”
    • ⇒ Student moderators guide through the program
  • Free and barrier-free event including sustainable catering
  • With students of 22 “Master Plan 100% Climate Protection” municipalities
  • Excellent educational format of ClimateExpo.NRW 2018
  • Since 2010 located on the Actors`Portal on Education for Sustainabale Development, UNESCO World Action Program
  • Statements under https://klima-und-ich.de/referenzen/
  • Newsclip for the Student Climate Summit for the 23rd UN Climate Change Conference

Proven presentation formats illustrated by concrete program examples of the new generation of the Student Climate Summits in 2017 and 2018

Interview via Skype video conference with Clara von Glasow, Climate Delegation from the COP in Bonn, Student Climate Summit 2017 in Bielefeld

Interview via satellite with the ward manager at the Neumayer Station III; Student Climate Summit 2018 in Lübbecke

Interview: Student moderators Emily and Nele; Student Climate Summit Bad Oeynhausen 2017

Student talk round with Student moderator Bader; Laura Schuster, Climatepact Lippe, Lothar Schneider, EnergyAgency.NRW; Martina Krog, District Höxter, Student moderator Jonas; Student Climate Summit Paderborn 2018

Interaction stands with solutions and “Green Jobs” plus Catering, Student Climate Summit Lübbecke 2018

Live-Performance HipHop as meesage music: Climate Protection-Rap by and with Montez , Student Climate Summit Paderborn 2018

Lecture by Prof. Peter Lemke, Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Student Climate Summit in Paderborn 2018

CO² Live Experiment of the Researchers AG, Gesamtschule Aspe, Student Climate Summit in Lage 2017

Infrared camera Live transmission: Student moderator Maren in polar suit; Student Climate Summit in Bielfeld 2017

Partners & Supporters with transregional* importance

  • Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Bremerhaven
  • REKLIM Helmholtz Network Regional Climate Change
  • GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel
  • United Nations
  • German Associations of Cities
  • KFW Development Bank
  • Tönsmeier
  • EnergyAgency.NRW
  • CARE International
  • Terre des hommes – Help for children in need
  • Mineral springs Wüllner/ Carolinen
  • ClimateExpo.NRW
  • and much more

Organizer:

GetPeople Agency for sustainable marketing

Climatepact Lippe

* State 9th September 2018

Technical advisory for didactics

  • Dr. Holger Schmitte, Department of Chemistry, Leader of Researchers AG, Gesamtschule Aspe, Bad Salzuflen
  • Philipp Wiegmann, Department of Physics, Leader of Student-Audit for the Student-Climate Summit 2018, Gesamtschule Aspe, Bad Salzuflen
  • Dirk Stelter, Department of Physics, Head of Climate AG, Wittekind Gymnasium, Lübbecke
  • Cornelia Scherer, Department of English, Coordinator Secondary Level 1, Interdisciplinary Consulting, German School in Shanghai Pudong

Topics and learning content for the education of sustainable development*

  • Climate vs. Weather
  • CO², Greenhouse- and Albedo-Effect
  • Climate research – measurement methods and results
  • Anthropogenic Climate Change and its consequences over time
  • Effects of the Climate Change – “2 and 4 degrees world” – Climate Change scenarios by 2050 and 2100
  • Climate justice – CO² footprints in global comparison
  • Climate Change in Germany and Climate adaption
  • Climate protection – no insight but implementation problem
  • Chances and potentials
*The sustainability school day format considers the three dimensions of sustainability across all subjects:
"Climate protection is the goal. Education is the key. Economy is the engine"

Program flow

  • 08:30: Short Greeting by Student moderators Maren, 16 years, and Florian, 18 years, accompanied by TV moderator Stefan Leiwen, among others WDR Television and WDR5
  • 08:40: “Is the Climate Change a lie?” – Moderation
    • ⇒ Arguments of the climate sceptics
  • 08:45: The natural and man-made Greenhouse gas effect
    • ⇒ Impulse lecture by Dr. Tobias Bayr, Climate Researcher at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel
    • ⇒ Option live presentation and experiment with Infrared camera
  • 09:05: Climate research and Climate Change – Impulse lecture by Dr. Klaus Grosfeld, Managing director of the Helmholtz Association, Alfred-Wegener-Institute
  • 09:30: “Global Climate Change and Consequences”
    • ⇒ Intro: Video-Introduction to the Great Barrier Reef
    • ⇒ Skype-Interview: “Direct and indirect effects using the Great Barrier Reef as an example” with Associate Professor Dietmar Dommenget, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment at Monash University, Australia
  • 09:45: “Global Climate Change and impacts” – “2  degree and 4 degree world” – Panel discussion to the global scenarios with Dr. Klaus Grosfeld and Dr. Tobias Bayr
    • ⇒ 3D Video of the NASA – Development of global warming
  • 10:00: Sustainable break with solutions in the “Climate Protection Area”
    • ⇒ Break announcement: “Relay race” of the Student-Climate Summit districts
  • 10:25: “Voices after the break” – Student voices to the first part
  • 10:30: “Climate justice” – From the abstract CO² footprint to the real effects of the Climate Change using Fiji as an example
    • ⇒ Field reports with and by Clara von Glasow, member of the Climate Delegation, COP 23 Bonn
  • 10:45: “Climate Change?” – Skype video conferences with Students from Zambia and Shanghai
    • ⇒ Students from Zambia*: Students of the terre des hommes project in South Africa
    • ⇒ Students from Shanghai: German School in Shanghai Pudong
    • ⇒ Topic mobility: From School and holiday CO² emission comparison car and airplan
  • 11:05: “Green is hope” – Theme of the Green Picture Award, Student groups present their “Green Picture” Climate protection in their town/ their districts
    • ⇒ 180 sek. contribution to the Green Picture Award
    • ⇒ Impulse “Climate Change in Germany” – expert request
  • 11:55: “It`s possible!” – Newsclip to the CO² neutral island of the future – Samsö
  • 12:05: “CO2050” – Student panel discussion with representatives of politics, business, science and young people
  • 12:25: “What have we learned?” – Reflection of the Student moderators
  • 12:35: In progress. Inquiery to the american environmental activist will be sent within thw next days. “Sorry” – Climate protection Rap from US Rapper and environmental activist Prince Ea
  • 12:45: End of Student-Climate Summit – Part 1

Student-Climate Summit – Part 2 “Workshop-Program”

  • 13:00: Lunch with all 150 Workshop participants
  • 14:00: Five Student Workshops á max. 30 participants
  • 15:30: Summery of the results of the workshops
  • 15:50: Farewell

Workshop topics:

  • “Green Student Companies” – creative workshop
  • “Lobby for the good: using policy instruments”
  • “Future Lifestyle & (Micro-) Influencing” – creative workshop
  • “Climate Fiction” – Storytelling and visualization
  • “Climate Justice: What do I have to do with it?”

 

*Bridging Newsclip: Skype conference specifically to Zambia, confirming tests are risky

Communication

  • Direct Mailing to more than 220 schools in East Westphalia
  • Invitation of 40 Masterplan regions
  • Press and public relations work
  • Announcement on the Carolinen back labels
  • www.planet1st.de
  • YouTube
  • Instagram #planet1st

Our Student Congresses and Topics*

 

2012:

 

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2018:

 

 

 

 

 

19.10.

22.11.

Titel

Sustainability School Day

 

Sustainability School Day

Sustainability School Day

Sustainability School Day

Student Congress

Student Congress

Student Climate Summit

 

Student Climate Summit

Student Preventation Congress

 

Student Climate Summit

Student Climate Summit

 

Student Climate Summit

Student Preventation Congress

Student Preventation Congress

Student Career Orientation Congress

 

Student Climate Summit for COP23

 

 

Student Climate Summit

Student Climate Summit

 

Student Preventation Congress

Student Climate Summit

Student Career Orientation Congress

Student Climate Summit for COP24

Place

Bremen

 

Bremen

Bremen

Bremen

Bad Salzuflen

Berlin

Bremen

 

Bremerhaven

Herford

 

Lage, Kreis Lippe

Bad Oeynhausen

 

Bremen

Herford

Herford

Bremen

 

 

Bielefeld

 

 

Paderborn

Bremen

 

Bad Oeynhausen

Lübbecke

Bremerhaven

 

Bad Salzuflen

Topics

Climate protection & perspectives

Fair Trade Part 1 – Basics

Fair Trade Part 2 – Film competition

Biodiversity

Dementia/ Alzheimer disease

Dementia/ Alzheimer disease

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Addiction, Dependencies

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Addiction, Dependencies

Addiction, Dependencies

Training professions in handicrafts

 

Climate change, -justice, -protection

 

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Depression and Borderline

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Training Professions in handicrafts

Climate change, -justice, -protection

Partners and Supporters since 2012

In excerpts:

  • Alfred-Wegener-Institute
  • ESA Space Agency
  • EnergyAgency.NRW
  • Climate House Bremerhaven
  • ClimateExpo.NRW
  • Chamber of crafts Bremen
  • RENN Nord
  • RWK Bremen
  • Climatepact Lippe

and much more

Event Partners, Supporters, Sponsors

 

Competence Partners of the Event:

Alfred-Wegener-Institute, Helmholtz Centre for polar and marine research

 

 

 

GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean research, Kiel

 

 

 

REKLIM Helmholtz Centre for regional Climate Change

Rewarded by:

 

The ClimateExpo.NRW is an initiative of the NRW state government. The implementation of the energy system transformation and the achievment of climate protection goals are among the most important challenges. Overcoming these challenges is the joint responsibility of politics, business, science and civil society.

Responsible organizer:

 

GetPeople is an Event- and Marketing Agency focused on the topics Sustainability and Climate Change and the organizer of the Student Climate Summit 2018 in Bad Salzuflen.

 

 

Climatepact Lippe is a network that consists of the district of Lippe, the municipality of Kalletal, the city of Oerlinghausen as well as regional companies, istitutions, chambers of commerce, associations, clubs and private individuals. The most important goal is to create awareness in the districts for climate protection and develop a common attitude toward life. Climatepact Lippe is as well the organizer of the Student Climate Summit 2018 in Bad Salzuflen. Climatepact Lippe is the operational service partner for the Lippe region, one of over 30 master plan regions in Germany.

Program partners:

The Consumer Centre East Westphalia represents the rights of the consumers. They advise consumers about their rights during elections, engage for the rights of the consumers who are disadvantaged because of their origin, social status, etc. and they support and motivate the consumers in their efforts to implement the sustainable and responsible consumption and lifestyle.

 

 

 

Terre des hommes – Help for Children in Need

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Care International

 

 

 

 

 

 

Längengrad Film Production

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Gespa e.V. is an initiative of volunteers and groups of people who carry out projects in the context of globalisation and development cooperation. Through the initiatives of Gespa e.V. a contribution for more justice in the world shall be made and with even greater emphasis for the fight against poverty, the realization of human rights and the preservation of the natural bases. The focus will be on promoting relations between the countries of the South and the North. Media aspects play an important role in this context.

Supporters:

Carolinen is part of the Mineral Sources Wüllner Gmbh & Co.KG in Bielefeld. It is the biggest companies in Germany.

 

 

District Herford

 

 

 

 

 

KFW – Bank from responsibility

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tönsmeier group is a German waste management company that is active in the fields of waste disposal, recycling and recovery. Sustainability is the basis of their business. They are a modern environmental service provider that creates added values.

 

The German Association of Towns and Municipalities represents the interests of local self-government of district towns and municipalities in Germany and Europe as the central municipal association. It is federally organised, politically independent and works without state subsidies. Membership is voluntary. The seat of the registered association is in Berlin.

 

 

Arcadis Design & Consulting for natural and built assets

 

City Bad Salzuflen