[ASC-list] Sydney: Next week is the first 'Communicating Climate Change Workshop'

Prismatic Sciences jesse at prismaticsciences.com
Wed Aug 4 05:32:17 UTC 2010


Dear ASCers,

 

Reminder that the first workshop for climate change communication, policy,
education and engagement starts next week. Register now for an interactive
learning experience to sharpen your climate change science and related
communication skills. 

 

Spaces are limited and if you are keen to attend book now. You can book for
the entire series or for individual workshops. The workshops are incredible
value especially for ASC members and is a clear enticement to join ASC to
get the most out of the discount. 

 

Communicating Climate Change Workshop Series 

Workshop 1: Communicating the Science with Jenni Metcalfe (11 August 2010)

Workshop 2: Communicating the Story with Sohail Inayatullah (25 August 2010)

Workshop 3: Communicating for Action with Kath Fisher (8 September 2010)

 

 

ASC has collaborated with The International Association for Public
Participation Australasia and the Sydney Environmental Educators Network to
present this series of 3 innovative workshops with 3 leading practitioners
during August and September 2010. 

 

The series is designed for anyone working in the area of climate change
communication, policy, education and engagement and is hosted by the
Powerhouse Museum as part of the Ultimo Science Festival. 

 

Cost: $110 for IAP2, AAEE and ASC members, students and NGOs, $220 other
non-members (incl GST). 

 

Venue: Powerhouse Museum, Board Room

 

Book today - don't miss out. Go to www.iap2.org.au/events for information
and to register (scroll through the Events page to August 2010 and
September; IAP2 NSW - Communicating Climate Change - Workshop...).

 

The workshops are three hours long and there are two sessions each day. Cost
includes morning or afternoon tea.

 

To view the flyer see
http://www.asc.asn.au/2010/07/climate_change_workshops/0019-workshop-flyer-g
reen-2/

 

 

Jenni is also starring in a NSW ASC evening event on August 10:

COMMUNICATING CLIMATE CHANGE AND OTHER RISKY BUSINESS

 

Jenni Metcalfe - convenor, Hot Air Symposia.

 

Tuesday August 10th, 6.30 PM

Clarendon Hotel, 156 Devonshire St, Surry Hills Members free, non-members
$10

RSVP: ascnsw at gmail.com by 5 PM Fri 6th

Light refreshments provided, first drink free

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Why are more Australians becoming climate sceptics? How should we use
science to communicate about climate change and other risky environmental
issues? Can we do it badly? How can we do it well?

 

Come along to this special NSW ASC event and find the hot tips from the Hot
Air symposia convened by ASC over the last 18 months. Convenor of the Hot
Air symposia, Jenni Metcalfe, will lead an informal discussion on
communicating climate change and other relevant issues. This is a taster for
the workshop being convened the following day in association with ASC
("Climate Change - Communicating the Science". see www.iap2.org.au/events)

 

JENNI METCALFE is a science and environmental communication consultant and
Director of Econnect Communication Pty Ltd. She has been a science
communicator for more than 20 years and has qualifications in both
journalism and science. She is a former President of ASC.

 

 

Cheers, 
Jesse

 

Jesse Shore

President, Australian Science Communicators, 2010

http://www.asc.asn.au/ 

 

Jesse Shore PhD
Science Communicator
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