Communicating on Climate Change in Your Community

The Environment in Canada Podcast Episode 14 about communicating on climate change

Ever wonder what goes into an effective climate communications plan? This week’s conversation with Jessica Murray and Anat Shenker-Osorio delves into that subject and the lessons in the episode are useful whether you’re a full time climate communicator or just looking to speak to others in your life.

Communicating on Climate Change in Your Community podcast, image of an oil lobbyists and oil rigs in front of a globe being swept away by floodingAlso in this podcast is the story of Indigenous communities in Ecuador who won against the oil and gas industry, despite the industry’s huge spending power and the fact that oil and gas companies were hiring hitmen to kill Indigenous leaders. It’s a reminder of the necessity of resistance and that things that may seem impossible can still be achieved.

Plus we have an upcoming webinar this Thursday April 27th, 2024 on how to communicate on climate issues that you can join to ask your questions! Register now!

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