Communication on climate change in the Netherlands. Greening of Industry, Cardiff, 2-5 July 2006 Dr. Judith E.M. Klostermann Wageningen University, The Netherlands. Contents:. Introduction CCSP programme CCSP communication strategy Assessing climate communication Who are communicating?
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Communication on climate change in the Netherlands
Greening of Industry, Cardiff, 2-5 July 2006
Dr. Judith E.M. Klostermann
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
C: General public
Figure 1: target groups of the CCSP programme
B: Lower governments
Assessment of climate communication in the Netherlands:
Knowledge institutes, ministries, politics, NGO’s
Latest scientific results on climate change, including uncertainties
Policy measures they may imply: adaptation to climate change, safety, flooding, and energy policy
Not with citizens or private companies!
Lower governments, citizens, companies, NGO’s and education
Implementation of policy measures: wind energy, bioenergy, water projects, agriculture and which sites for building.
Not about uncertainties
Not with knowledge institutes!