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Sharing Climate Science: Lessons Learned from a Climate Change Communicator
April 6, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
It’s a complex world, and the need for clear communication has never been greater. This learning series provides opportunities to build your science communication skills and reflect on how to tell meaningful stories about your work. Hosted by the Lake Superior Reserve’s Coastal Training Program and the Lake Superior Collaborative, this series is designed to help you gain confidence in your communication skills whether you are a scientific researcher, government employee, or in any line of work related to science or Lake Superior coastal management. This series will alternate between virtual workshops and webinars from January through May of 2021.
This session will focus on communicating how a changing climate affects conservation and management goals sometimes feels like a complex and difficult challenge to overcome, but with some practice and a few tips and tricks, everyone can take steps to effectively engage partners and stakeholders on this topic. In this presentation, Danielle Shannon from the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science will share a basic recipe for creating meaningful messages and communications related to climate change, land management, and conservation practices in Northern Wisconsin. Attendees will learn how to make clear connections between the places we care about and the many potential climate related risks and impacts.
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