At Zero Emission Group (ZEG), we want to raise awareness on campus, for which we use the Climate Fresk (fr. La Fresque du Climat), the Biodiversity Collage (fr. La Fresque de la Biodiversité) and the Digital Collage (fr. La Fresque du Numérique). These areworkshops created by French associations to make scientific reports, namely the IPCC (GIEC in french) report, the IPBES report and the Green-It report, accessible in a fun way. To date, there are more than 200 people that experienced it on the campus, and 50 trained animators within Zero Emission Group, and even more within EPFL's community.
Therefore, the Climate Fresk was already conducted with teachers (MT, AR, SV), one in collaboration with CSAW, several during Our Climate campaign, and another during the sustainability week organized by the SPE with gymnasium students from Thun. We continue to organize the Climate Fresks, with our new members, and we take all the opportunities to propose the activity on the campus.
Additionally, we have had the opportunity to facilitate this workshop for many student EPFL associations to make sure they are aware of the climate issues when doing their own activities.
For this semester we have brought new workshops at EPFL, the Biodiversity Collage and the Digital Collage. We want to make the participants to question their relationship with biodiversity and their use of digital items. There is a need to raise awareness about these topics to engineers.
We want to grab this opportunity to facilitate these workshops for a maximum number of first-year students. As the community of facilitators as well as the interest for this game grow, we expect to have more and more fresks and collages this year on both EPFL and UNIL campus !
Increase your awareness of the climate change phenomena, the biodiversity issues and our digital impact as well as the actions we can take collectively.
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There are usually 15-20 students doing this project.
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