Cap Sciences Bordeaux Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
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For more than 30 years, the pedagogy on climate has been to explain the greenhouse effect, why we disturb the climate and how to act to limit the damage. This pedagogy has raised awareness of the urgency of climate change, but has not been able to change the course of our greenhouse gas emissions.
That’s why The Climate Show proposes another, innovative, original approach: to tackle this subject during an interactive show by reviewing some of the obstacles that we are unable to overcome, individually and collectively.
This show was designed and produced in collaboration with Climate Voices & Cap Sciences Bordeaux Nouvelle-Aquitaine.
The Climate Show consists of a stage with 3 large screens and bleachers to accommodate 120 people per 45-minute session, equipped with voting remotes.
Invited on stage by GaIA, the planetary conscience, the young Camille, starts a confronting dialogue with her friends about how to solve the climate issue on an individual and collective level.