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I DO is launched with a bang in Copenhagen

5.1.2010 > 4.2.2010 - Denmark

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i do climate - I DO is launched with a bang in Copenhageni do climate - I DO is launched with a bang in Copenhagen
i do climate - I DO is launched with a bang in Copenhageni do climate - I DO is launched with a bang in Copenhagen
i do climate - I DO is launched with a bang in Copenhagen
i do climate - I DO is launched with a bang in Copenhagen

Danish Science Minister Helge Sander speaks at the I DO launch.

Experimentarium in Copenhagen was the host of the I DO Launch Event, which opened the public activities of the ACCENT project on December 14th 2009.

During the United Nations COP15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, professionals in science communication came together from across Europe and beyond to the Experimentarium to celebrate the I DO launch event, and to discuss public engagement in climate change issues.

Experimentarium hosted an exhibition space which gave visitors and participants a taste of things to come in 2010. 13 science centres, museums and aquaria from across Europe displayed hands-on exhibits and demonstrations on the subject of climate.

Introductory presentations came from Denmark's Science Minister, Helge Sander, and Experimentarium director Asger Hoeg. Dr Jean-Louis Fellous, Executive Director of the International Council for Science's Committee on Space Research gave the keynote speech, and the ACCENT project was presented by Dr Luigi Amodio.

Three workshops took place on various aspects of communicating climate change. The results will be circulated shortly.



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