This webinar aims to provide journalists with a toolbox for how to report on sustainable ways of life, choose the best pictures to report on the topic, approach new audiences, and find inspirations for stories.
There will be a number of speakers, including our Research Director Adam Corner who will share his insight on how to use images to represent sustainable lifestyles, based on our Climate Visuals project. There will be time for Q & A.
This is one of several side events during COP24 (Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) in Katowice, Poland.
International research findings on public understanding of climate change will be presented by a number of speakers, including George Marshall. The discussion will be around how policy-makers and scientists can engage effectively and creatively with non-specialists, situating this in the context of commitments made by the Parties to public awareness and participation.
Official registration is closed but there is a waiting list.
This online session provides a grounding in how climate change will alter patterns of migration. It explores the key elements of the field and the research evidence behind them.
This session is for anyone who needs to get to grips with what changes to our climate will mean for human movement. As well as looking at how these changes take place, it will also explore how we can response – examining key political and legal implications.
This free event is led by our Climate and Migration manager Alex Randall.