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We run a number of events to share and discuss practical, evidence-based insights on how to drive public engagement with climate change.
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This interactive event hosted by CO₂RE will bring together an audience to discuss, debate and discover different viewpoints on greenhouse gas removal (GGR).
Our Programmes & Research Director Dr Amiera Sawas will be joining this public panel discussion, exploring key questions around this new industry including how can the public have a say as the UK scales up GGR, how can people who are affected by GGR such as farmers or local communities be supported, and who should pay for it?
In a polarised world, it can feel like we are all stuck in our entrenched viewpoints, amplified through social media bubbles, and that we are unable to move beyond. How can we have effective conversations about contentious topics? How can we communicate with those with whom we disagree? How can we have meaningful connections in which we are honest, open and kind? Can we be willing to be changed by what we hear?
Hosted by The Resurgence Trust and the Network of Wellbeing (NOW), this interactive event will feature talks from an panel of speakers including our Founding Director George Marshall.
A lot of climate change imagery isn’t effective at driving change. Imagery matters because much of the way we understand the world is dominated by what we see and how it makes us feel.
As part of a CharityComms event, our Communications Lead Léane de Laigue will introduce the Climate Visuals project, which includes evidence-based principles for visual climate communication as well as an image library where charities can freely download hundreds of images for their projects.
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