Hosted by: Center for Public Engagement with Science & Technology |Talking about climate change is considered one of the best ways individuals and communities can contribute to solutions, yet a majority of Americans rarely or never discuss it. In this workshop, we will introduce a conversation guide scientists can use to engage their communities in discussions. Register Here!
We will offer best practices and other resources for communicating and sustaining dialogue and action on climate change, and participants will start developing their own plans for having local-level conversations about climate change. We will also share multimedia resources highlighting how communities are collaborating with scientists on climate change responses, created for the recent AAAS How We Respond project (https://howwerespond.aaas.org). Register for the AAAS Annual Meeting to attend.
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