Forthcoming events

This full-day training is based on the insights and perspectives of the Alberta Narratives Project – a year-long community initiative that engaged more than 500 Albertans and uncovers new ways of talking about climate and energy in the province.

George Marshall and Jamie Clarke will offer practical skills on how to address polarisation and deliver effective communication that speaks to what people truly care about.

This event is designed for communicators, engagement and outreach practitioners from a wide-range of sectors, including government, energy, education, business, environment and civil society.

A few weeks before the IPCC releases their highly anticipated 1.5 degrees report, Climate Psychology Alliance Scotland will be discussing the Communications Handbook Climate Outreach wrote for the IPCC.

Our Senior Researcher Dr Chris Shaw, one of the authors of the IPCC Communications Handbook, will be joining the beginning of the discussion via Skype to set out key insights from the Handbook.

The event is open for everyone interested in climate change communication!

George Marshall and Jamie Clarke will be sharing key findings and insights from the Alberta Narratives project. This is one of the largest qualitative research projects on climate change communications, bringing together more than 60 Albertan organisations.

Do you want to gain an in-depth understanding of how to talk about climate and energy in Alberta? Do you want to learn about how to communicate in ways that are inclusive and people-focused?

In this interactive presentation, George Marshall will unpack the insights and perspectives of the Alberta Narratives Project – a year-long initiative involving nearly 500 Albertans to uncover new ways of talking about climate and energy in the province.

The event will include table-style discussion and partner exercises, empowering the participants to explore their role in the climate-energy conversation.

This workshop is free and open for anyone interested in climate change communication in the Albertan context.

The Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference (BECC) is the premier international conference focused on understanding human behavior and decision making and using that knowledge to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon future.

Our Director of Projects George Marshall will be giving the keynote speech.

Do you advise SMEs on how to be more sustainable and live in the Birmingham area? Join our free interactive workshop on how to improve SME engagement with environmental sustainability.

The workshops will be led by experts from academia and environmental communication research, with experience of working with diverse audiences from the world of business and beyond.

Workshop: How are climate change impacts and human migration linked? - London, 16th October 2018

This half-day workshop invites attendees to explore the complex relationship between climate change impacts and migration. Lead by Alex Randall, our Climate and Migration programme manager, the workshop offers an in-depth exploration of the causes, effects and responses involved in this unfolding humanitarian issue.

The event will be of interest to anyone working on or concerned with the political, legal and economic solutions to climate-linked migration and displacement.

Briefing: How are climate change impacts and human migration linked? - London, 24th October 2018

In this two-hour evening briefing on the relationship between climate change and migration, our Climate and Migration programme manager Alex Randall will take you through the basics of how changing weather patterns and disasters will affect patterns of migration.

Attendees will leave this briefing with an understanding of the possible implications these changes will have on people, governments and civil society.