Meet the panelists for our webinar on climate change & media literacy here! 🌿
If you are interested in knowing more about climate change and ecology misinformation, join us on September 19 between 5-7 pm CET!
News shared online and through social media has become a frequent source of information for many people. But you can’t always believe what you read online – news that wasn’t fact-checked can lead to misinformation, disinformation, and even support climate denialism.
How do you feel about this topic? Would you like to hear what experts have to say about it?
–> Join us and hear from different speakers who will talk about the importance of media and information literacy to bring about environmental awareness and facilitate access to relevant information related to ecology and climate change.
Eco-Literacy and Green Education for Climate Action (ECOLitAct) is co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union and led by SwIdeas in Sweden. The project consortium includes partner organisations from Germany (Iberika Education Group gGmbH), Andragoski zavod Ljudska univerza Velenje (Slovenia), Greece (Active Citizens Partnership), and European Grants International Academy srl (Italy).