Bicara Iklim: Pemuda Menulis tentang Keadilan Iklim

Lokakarya Daring Bicara Iklim, Jakarta, 23-25 September 2019
Events22.10.2020Gilang Ramadhan, Muhammad Zaidan Akbar - Peserta Lokakarya
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Short Recap written by Muhammad Zaidan Akbar

Lokakarya Bicara Iklim, 23-25 September 2020
Lokakarya Bicara Iklim, 23-25 September 2020

3 days of amazing workshop from Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom and Climate Institute

These last 3 days had been astonishing. I've gathered plenty amount of knowledges for writing and delivering messages about climate education and awareness.

Climate Issues are real, they're damaging our planet, killing our relatives, even sinking small islands because of the raising sea level.

Awareness must be formed and spread throughout the globe. Climate Crisis are REAL! and it's PRESENT not FUTURE! There will be no future if this problem continues.

One thing we can do to spread this issues and raise awareness is by writing and telling stories about the impact that Climate Crisis had been done to us.

Writing tips, standards, sources, principles, ethics and so much more had been given from 5 great speakers on this workshop. Thank you kak Skolastika MuditaHans Nicholas JongFlorence ArmeinLia Zakiyyah, and Marsya Mutmainah Handayani.

Also, my biggest regards for the committees that had made this workshop happened kak Putri PotabugaJonathan DavySkolastika Mudita, and kak Febri for the opportunity to join this workshop. #ubahperilaku

Short Recap Day-2 written by Gilang Ramadhan

Today, I learned something new about Climate Justice and How to Telling Stories about Climate Change in Social Media, a very important knowledge presented by Kak (Mumu) Skolastika Mudita and Kak Hans Nicholas Jong.

Climate justice is something that related to unfair impact that affects the underprivileged. Climate change will affect unfair to the rich and poor, developed or developing country, low-income communities, indigenous people, immigrants, etc. Putting people at the center of discussion and policy is number one priority.

There are two keys to tell people the story about climate change, first is to understand the problem that you want to write, and balance between the "bad news" and "good news". Before knowing this, I always have a mindset that bad news is a good news. But, no. It stops now because we want to influence people to be more aware about this issue.

Thank you Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom Indonesia and Climate Institute for the Online Workshop "Bicara Iklim: Pemuda Menulis untuk Keadilan Iklim". This is the recap from day one, two days to go and I'm sure it's getting excited!

Short Recap Day-1 written by Gilang Ramadhan

Lokakarya Bicara Iklim, 23-25 September 2020
Lokakarya Bicara Iklim, 23-25 September 2020

Today, I learned something new about Climate Justice and How to Telling Stories about Climate Change in Social Media, a very important knowledge presented by Kak (Mumu) Skolastika Mudita and Kak Hans Nicholas Jong.

Climate justice is something that related to unfair impact that affects the underprivileged. Climate change will affect unfair to the rich and poor, developed or developing country, low-income communities, indigenous people, immigrants, etc. Putting people at the center of discussion and policy is number one priority.

There are two keys to tell people the story about climate change, first is to understand the problem that you want to write, and balance between the "bad news" and "good news". Before knowing this, I always have a mindset that bad news is a good news. But, no. It stops now because we want to influence people to be more aware about this issue.

Thank you Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom Indonesia and Climate Institute for the Online Workshop "Bicara Iklim: Pemuda Menulis untuk Keadilan Iklim". This is the recap from day one, two days to go and I'm sure it's getting excited!

 

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