Resource of the Week: How to Have a Conversation about Climate Change

Screenshot from climateoutreach.org.
Screenshot from climateoutreach.org.

ClimateOutreach.org is, according to their website, “Europe’s leading climate change communicators, bridging the gap between research and practice and helping to widen engagement across a broader spectrum of society.”

Until August 19, 2019, they are accepting participants for a climate change project to investigate the impacts of training on people’s daily-life conversations about climate change. They provide training, support, reporting mechanisms, and more, and write: “We invite you to join us in a citizen science initiative to learn new research skills in public engagement on climate change and to test those skills on your friends, family and colleagues.”

Follow this link for details.