05/10/2022 | This year's Forum for Science Communication (Forum Wissenschaftskommunikation) will take place in Hannover from October 4 to 6 with the main topic “Shaping Transformation - Science Communication for a Changing Society”.
Under the title "How does the ocean get into society?" one of the sessions is dedicated to the ocean decade on wednesday 5.10. Moderated by Project Management Jülich and with the participation of the ZMT, three experts will discuss the importance of science communication for the Ocean Decade.
Moderation: Renate Duckat, Projektträger Jülich
Session, 75 minutes
9 - 10.15 a.m.
Dr. Tim Jennerjahn, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research
Marie Heidenreich, Projektträger Jülich
Prof. Dr. Burkard Baschek, Deutsches Meeresmuseum
The ocean is our livelihood and the largest ecosystem on Earth. At the same time, it is under stress. With the triad "Ten years, ten challenges, one ocean", the United Nations has proclaimed the Ocean Decade (2021 - 2030). As part of this, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO are inviting global dialogue between science, society, business and politics with the virtual event series "Creating the Ocean We Want". In the session, experts from marine research and science communication will discuss the following key questions: How does knowledge about the ocean reach society? And which actors does the Ocean Decade need to have the greatest possible global impact?
The Forum for Science Communication
The Forum for Science Communication is the largest conference on science communication in the German-speaking world. The conference is organized annually by Wissenschaft im Dialog (WiD), an organization for science communication in Germany. In 2022, the Forum will be sponsored by the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft and the Klaus Tschira Foundation, among others.
To the Forum for Science Communication: https://www.wissenschaft-im-dialog.de/forum-wissenschaftskommunikation/