Forthcoming events

In order to spark new climate conversations, we run and contribute to a wide range of public events.

The Hay Festival - Hay-on-Wye, 25 May 2017

We're looking forward to sharing our new book at the UK's most famous literary festival. George Marshall will be presenting 'Talking Climate: from research to practice in public engagement' by our colleagues Adam Corner and Jamie Clarke. 

Basque Centre for Climate Change Klimagune (BC3) - Bilbao (Spain), 31 May 2017

The focus of this year's annual BC3 Klimagune meeting will be climate change and public engagement.  The intent of the forum is to undertake a constructive dialogue to support integration of scientific knowledge, management and social participation in fighting climate change, overcoming disciplinary barriers and building a common vision. Our Executive Director Jamie Clarke will be one of two keynote speakers, sharing our expertise in values-based communication of climate change.

ECCA - Glasgow, 5-9 June 2017

Our Executive Director Jamie Clarke will be at the European Climate Change Adaptation Conference, sharing key insight on how to communicate climate change adaptation using a values-based approach. This will be part of a session facilitated by UKCIP entitled: "Learning from failures in communication: Sharing lessons from research and practice"

Asthall's Grand Day Out - Burford, 17 June 2017

Join us on Saturday 17 June when Asthall Manor, famous for its exuberant gardens (as well as being the former home of the Mitford sisters) opens its gates for a unique ‘Grand Day Out’ in aid, among others, of Climate Outreach! Top ethical design and fashion talent will rub shoulders with earth conscious foodies and ground breaking charities - eat, be educated and be inspired.

Conference on Communication and Environment - University of Leicester, 29 June to 2 July, 2017

Our Research Director Dr. Adam Corner will deliver a keynote speech at the Conference on Communication and Environment (COCE 2017), which will be hosted by the Department of Media and Communication at the University of Leicester