Beyond panic? Re-envisioning climate mobilities 

Il percorso Beyond panic? Re-envisioning climate mobilities, sviluppato grazie al contributo di Rethink the Challenge e Panicocene, ha realizzato, tra dicembre 2023 e maggio 2024 una serie di workshop e seminari volti ad analizzare da diverse prospettive la complessa relazione tra mobilità e cambiamenti climatici e a promuovere approccio collaborativi tra giornalistə, ricercatorə, attivistə e […]

Beyond Panic. Journalism and Climate Mobilities: Who owns the narrative?

Seminar: Giovanni Bettini, Lancaster UniversitySara Manisera, Fada CollectiveLillo Montalto Monella, RAI Workshop by: Elena Giacomelli, Stefania Peca Target: media workers and journalists Online (Zoom), Accredited event with the journalists’ association (3 credits) Watch the seminar on our YouTube channel!

Beyond Panic. The Others of the Climate Crisis

Seminar: Andrew Baldwin, Durham UniversityMimi Sheller, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Workshop by: Elena Giacomelli, Stefania Peca Target: students, academics, professors, phd, post-doc Watch the seminar on our YouTube Channel!

re-think the challenge

ITRe-think the Challenge vuole attivare una riflessione interculturale ed intersettoriale su cambiamenti climatici e migrazioni per favorire una migliore comprensione della possibilità di agire in ottica universalistica nel mondo. Attraverso un approccio partecipativo e la condivisione di strumenti utili per chi vuole attivarsi socialmente su questi temi, il progetto esplora i possibili scenari futuri a partire dalle sfide […]

Beyond Panic. Arts in the Age of the Climate Crisis and Mobilities (in)justice

Pierluigi Musarò (University of Bologna) Gioacchino Orsenigo (University of Naples L’Orientale)Introduced by Elena Giacomelli and Stefania Peca Climate change-induced #mobility is an increasingly relevant and controversial topic: simplifying approaches risk sensationalizing the issue, including through a stereotypical reading. There is a need to challenge today’s narratives, offering messages based on evidence rather than preconceived notions. Beyond panic? Re-envisioning #climatemobiliities proposes […]

Panicocene

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Global Fellowship project “PANICOCENE. Reframing Climate Change-induced Mobilities” seeks to contribute to filling a persistent gap in research on framing and narratives of climate change-induced mobilities. Its aim is to investigate how the US and Italian printed and online news media have framed climate change-induced mobilities over the past 20 years, […]