The webinar series Talk Back Better will provide different perspectives on Science Engagement and science communication across five weeks, discursive analysis and practice tips from researches. You can find more information about the series here.
The third webinar on 9 June will focus on lessons from climate change communication. Advocates and scientists have demonstrably changed their approach to climate change communications over the years, taking into account the science of ‘science communication’ and empirical evidence. What are the conclusions for other sectors and other disciplines?
Jonathan Lynn (IPCC), Andrew Revkin (Member of the Expert Panel for the ISC project Public Value of Science) and Inez Ponce de Leon (Ateneo de Manila University) will discuss this topic.
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Talk Back Better host and coordinator of the ISC’s BBC Storyworks Unlocking Science series and podcasts.
Nick Ishmael-Perkins has worked in participatory global development for nearly 30 years. Much of that time has been spent delivering programmes of social and behavioural change. He has been awarded for outstanding achievement by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association for his work in media development. He was head of research communication at the Institute of Development Studies and led SciDev.Net, the science journalism platform for low- and middle-income countries. He currently leads a programme on the Public Value of Science for the International Science Council. He is also Artistic Director of Wretched Theatre, a company working with migrant artists in the UK.
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