Ep. 03 – Images of Climate Change – Meeting Birgit Schneider


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What comes to your mind when you think of images? Arguably the most likely answer would be photographs taken on a smartphone. But what happens when art history, climate change and cartography come together?

We speak to Professor Birgit Schneider from the University of Potsdam about the history and importance of maps in communicating climate change as well as climate change politics and denialism in Germany.

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