Effectively Communicating Complexity

UF’s 5th Annual Climate Communications Summit

Oct. 29, 2019 | Reitz Union Rion Ballroom

1 – 5 p.m., reception will follow

The Program

A lively, hands-on workshop where participants will learn the principles of communicating climate research clearly and compellingly. The session will include activities that allow you to practice using the concepts right away, hosted by UF’s Center for Public Interest Communications, .  The workshop will help you:

  • Construct client communications that are anchored in six imperatives
  • Characterize the fundamental theories of world views
  • Integrate visual images and language to enhance communications efforts
  • Experiment with the range of emotions in communications efforts
  • Create actionable calls to action
  • Practice using curiosity in communications efforts
  • Recognize the role of narrative in communications efforts

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

 

Podcast Training

In the second session, Doug Parsons, host of the America Adapts podcast, will lead a podcast training workshop. America Adapts Media is focused on using podcasts to spread the word on climate adaptation.

ABOUT DOUG PARSONS

 

 

REGISTER TODAY TO SECURE YOUR SPOT

To attend this free event, please complete the registration form.

Registration closes on Oct. 22.

For additional questions, email Carolyn Cox at the Florida Climate Institute, crcox@ufl.edu.

 

A joint project of the UF College of Journalism and Communications and the Florida Climate Institute, UF’s climate communications summit is co-sponsored by the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Office of the Provost, and Sustainable UF.

For information on previous years’ events, click here.