Massachusetts

How to Talk About Climate Change

HOW TO TALK ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE
Cambridge Mothers Out Front
Community Meeting and Presentation

How can we quickly convey accurate information about climate change in a way that informs others and inspires them to take action?

At our next Community Meeting, Cambridge Mothers Out Front member Hannah Pickard will be sharing her expertise in this area—to help us all become more effective communicators and motivators around climate change.

Hannah is education programs supervisor at the New England Aquarium and network manager of the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI). She will be presenting elements of an approach developed by NNOCCI called Strategic Framing for Climate Change Communicators. This approach uses easy-to-understand images about the effects of climate change and has proven to increase audiences’ understanding, to promote hope, and to motivate listeners to join in taking action in their communities.

Whether we’re speaking to family members, community members or legislators and other decision makers, we can all take away some tools from this approach to effective communication around climate change.

This event is free of charge and wheelchair accessible. Please join us! For more information, contact Deidre Deegan at deegand@gmail.com.

 

WHEN
October 25, 2018 at 6pm - 8pm
WHERE
Cambridge Public Library Central Square Branch
45 Pearl St
Cambridge, MA 02139
United States
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CONTACT
Deidre Deegan ·

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