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  • Communicating climate change during the COVID-19 crisis: What the evidence says Climate Outreach (formerly COIN)


    Date: 21 May 2020
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Communicating climate change during the COVID-19 crisis: What the evidence says

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): Climate Outreach (formerly COIN)

Type: Training Course Date: 21 May 2020 Location: Online event

The world has changed — and advocates are having to change with it -- adapting campaigns and plans to a profoundly new external environment. Commentators and campaigners are reflecting and re-writing plans. But what does the evidence say? The social science of climate change communication provides insights into what effective communications could look like during the current crisis.

Sign up at the link provided to join Robin Webster, Advocacy Senior Programme Lead, for a webinar in which she will be sharing practical, evidence recommendations from our upcoming guide to be released the same day. This one-hour webinar will be running twice: 07:00 BST (UK) and 16:00 BST (UK) on 21st May 2020.

Can't join the webinar live? Sign up anyway and an emailing of the recording will be sent out to everyone who signs up.

Event website: https://climateoutreach.org/resources/communicating-climate-change-during-covid-19-crisis-evidence/



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