As part of the European Climate Change Diplomacy Week (EUCDW), the Office for Science and Technology at the Embassy of France and some of the European consulates are organizing an event that will address the following issue: “Communication actions to raise awareness on Climate Change and Environmental Protection”
During this event, we would like to have a screening of interviews from:
- Georgia Tech students who are involved in the Georgia Tech Global Change Program, directed by Dr. Kim Cobb;
- Georgia Tech students environmentally engaged;
- European student members of the “Climate Change Protests in Belgium”;
- Students Involved in “Fridays for future” in Germany and in France.
We are currently looking for Georgia Tech students who would agree to be interviewed by us or to share their point of view and actions regarding the current climate issues. The date of the events would be scheduled during the third week of June or the third week of September, depending of participant’s agendas. If would be wonderful to have a lot of students involved in this event, if you are interested in participating in these interviews or in helping us with the organisation of the event, we would be pleased to meet you and give you further details.
Contact Edouard Goguillon or Pierre Gourjon, the Deputy Attaché for Science at the Office for Science and Technology at the Embassy of France, based in Atlanta.
Deputy Attaché for Science and Technology
Attaché adjoint pour la Science et la Technologie
Consulate General of France in Atlanta
3399 Peachtree Rd, NE, Ste 500
Atlanta, GA 30326