Climate Communications Day 2012 - at COP18

Join journalists, bloggers, and scientists to discuss innovative ways to communicate about climate change, December 4 in Doha, Qatar

Earth Journalism Network

Internews’ Earth Journalism Network and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) will host the 2nd Climate Communications Day at this year’s UNFCCC Climate Change Summit in Doha, Qatar. This year we will specifically examine how to use new approaches to communicate climate change issues to both new and existing audiences.

Complimentary Registration
for Media and Communication Professionals

Registration for Climate Communications Day is free but all travel expenses and COP18 registration are the responsibility of the registrant.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Education City
QF Student Center
Doha, Qatar
(Directions: Near Gate 3. facing Texas A&M)

The day-long forum, an official side event of the UNFCC, will bring together journalists, bloggers, press officers, academics, scientists, IT professionals and other communications experts. Climate Communications Day focuses on exchanging insights, lessons learned and innovative approaches to spread news and information about climate change accurately and effectively.

Final Program

Day Long Plenary - Topics include:

  • Reaching New Audiences
  • Communicating Climate Change with Games
  • Climate Comedy
  • Making Maps (and Sense) of Data

Plenary will be followed by a networking reception.

Registration is free for Climate Communications Day (Attendance is limited)

Climate Communications Day Partners:

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