Nearly 200 researchers from Sweden and Chile met in Punta Arenas, at Universidad de Magallanes (UMAG), for the Third ACCESS Forum. (Photo: Academic Collaboration Chile Sweden).
“Fear is not communicated, it is contagious,” uttered Liliana de Simone, a faculty member of the UC Chile Faculty of Communications, to a working group at the Third Academic Collaboration Chile Sweden (ACCESS) Forum.
The event–organized by the ACCESS (Academic Collaboration Chile Sweden) Platform –brought together nearly 200 researchers from both countries in Punta Arenas, at the Universidad de Magallanes (UMAG), between November 7 and 12.
Professor Liliana de Simone, principal investigator of the forum’s Research Theme group No. 9, explains the key role of Sustainable Communication in facilitating, accompanying, and promoting more sustainable forms of human development.
“We have seen that promoting fear of climate change isn’t helping, we need to look for new communication strategies”, architect and PhD in Urban Studies, Liliana de Simone.
Read the full note at UC Chile Website.