Forthcoming events

This Climate Visuals webinar will explore what works - and what doesn’t - in campaign videos on climate change. Are lessons being learned from mistakes of the past? What examples are there of work getting beyond the cliches and telling powerful human stories?

The webinar will feature Liz Banse (Vice President of Resource Media) and Bienvenido León Anguiano (Associate Professor of Television Production and Science Journalism School of Communication, University of Navarra, Spain) and will be chaired by Adam Corner (Climate Outreach).

 

In the heart of downtown Toronto, Climate Outreach presents the fourth in a series of six international Climate Visuals Masterclasses. Do you work in climate change communication or campaigning, or are you a journalist or photographer looking to tell new visual stories on climate change? Do you want to increase your knowledge and learn the skills to catalyse a more diverse and compelling visual language for climate change?

Don’t miss the Climate Visuals masterclass which takes place on Wednesday 27th June, 2-6:30 pm, hosted by the Centre for Social Innovation in Toronto. Led by Adam Corner (Director of the Climate Visuals programme at Climate Outreach), the half-day event will include perspectives and insights from leading experts in climate photography and communication. There will also be a networking opportunity with complimentary refreshments after the event from 5:30pm.

Many of us choose images every day to accompany our campaigns, reports, blogposts, news articles etc - but what evidence do we base these decisions on? Poorly chosen images can at best be ineffective, and at worst counterproductive. 

Our Head of Communications Leane de Laigue will share insight from our Climate Visuals project on how to achieve deeper impact with climate imagery. 

 

George Marshall will be speaking on 29th June at Big Local Connect, an opportunity for residents in 150 areas around England to use at least £1m each to make a massive and lasting positive difference to their communities.