Science & Films: The New Inspiration Couple?

UNU institutes and UN partners will discuss climate science and policy with Oscar-award winner director and BAFTA-winning director and filmmaker.

- Europe/London

The climate science and policy community needs the support of the film, arts and creative communication to tell the climate emergency story and inspire hope and action. UNU institutes and UN partners are joining forces with Oscar-award winner director Dirk Wilutzky and BAFTA-winning director and filmmaker Sarah Macdonald, to discuss new ways of communicating climate science and policy to reach more people. Shinobu Yume Yamaguchi (Director, UNU-IAS) will join the discussion as a speaker.

Further details are available on the UNFCCC side events website.

Venue & Participation

This side event will be held in Climate Action Room 1 in the Blue Zone at COP26 in Glasgow, UK.

The event will be streamed live by UNFCCC at 11:30–12:45 GM on 10 November (20:30–21:45 JST).


This event is organised by the UNU Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS), UNCCD, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, and UNFCCC.

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