In order to spark new climate conversations, we run and contribute to a wide range of public events.
Deauville Green Awards - Deauville (France), 27-28 June 2017
Psychology of communications CharityComms conference - London, 29 June 2017
We'll be running one of the sessions of this day-long conference, focusing on how to break out of the echo chamber and engage centre-right audiences. Many campaigners and communicators consistently state that they struggle to have conversations with people of centre-right values. Our session will offer key transferable recommendations for language to use and avoid based on core values and principles that centre-right audiences hold dear, using the example of climate change.
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 on 2 July 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. On 1 July he will also participate in this Panel Discussion: "Building Academic Research Partnerships with NGO’s: Challenges and Opportunities."
Climate Visuals Masterclass: Catalysing a new visual language for climate change - Salzburg, 27th September 2017
In the second in a series of international ‘Masterclasses’, Climate Outreach presents a new flagship project - Climate Visuals - that will equip participants with the knowledge and skills required to catalyse a new visual language for climate change.
The Climate Visuals masterclass takes place at the University of Salzburg, in conjunction with the K3 conference. Facilitated by Adam Corner (Research Director, Climate Outreach), the full-day event will also include perspectives and insights from leading experts in climate photography, campaigning, visual reporting and communication.