WHAT ARE THE OPEN DIALOGUES ON CLIMATE CHANGE?
The idea of the Open Dialogues on Climate Change (ODCC) is organizing inclusive dialogues between stakeholders concerning the climate crisis. We bring together the voices of different social groups, allowing them to meet, engage in a conversation, and create proposals of specific solutions and system changes which we aim to implement in real life.
As part of the first edition of the ODCC in 2021, more than 200 people joined our team and 13 Open Dialogues happened in 8 countries on 3 continents. We summarized the outcomes and presented our international recommendations during an official side event at the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
WHO ARE WE?
The Open Dialogues on Climate Change project was created by a group of motivated young individuals from all kinds of backgrounds.
We are an international team with representatives from over 50 countries and 5 continents. What brings us together is the urge to create an inclusive dialogue as a form of climate action.
Since January 2022 the project is coordinated by the Open Dialogues International Foundation.
Inclusive dialogue between all stakeholder groups
Worldwide representation, especially of those most affected by climate change
Creating specific recommendations and solutions in each country and taking efforts to implement them
Raising awareness, education, and capacity building
Empowering meaningful conversations and international cooperation
Why do we need an Open Dialogue on Climate Change?
Check out this video to find out!
2023 ODCC APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW OPEN!!!
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