Hydrogen talks uses a simple yet effective discussion methodology that is rooted in argumentative policy analysis and ethical technology assessment.
Every talk lasts between 45 min and 1,5 hours, with most talks finishing within 1 hour.
The talks are primarily held online via chat platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Skype. Participants can join either through calling (e.g., from a landline or mobile) or via their computers.
Talks are facilitated by a host and notes are taken by a secretary
In some cases, the talks are recorded based on the parties' informed consent
Typically, a talk will involve 3-5 speakers
Prior to the talk, the parties are provided information around the topic and the parties fill in a short form about their views.
Participants introduce themselves and their organisation
Having read the given info page on the topic, participants express their standpoints on the matter
Participants react to each other's standpoints and arguments and create a discussion
Participants draw up a list of conclusions (consensus not necessary)
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