Lessons from COP26 and where next for climate communications?

08 Feb

Tuesday 8 February 2022 10:00 - 11:00

The Weston Communicating Climate Programme is back... and so is our masterclass series for environmental charities!

About this event

The recent COP26 summit saw a surge in both media coverage and public concern for climate change across all demographics. What did it teach us about the tools and tactics for effective public engagement? With the coming year being so important for driving action on the climate agenda, what opportunities are there for charity communicators?

In this online session, Climate Outreach, ITV and the Natural History Consortium will be sharing some of the communications and media highlights from COP26, and discussing what lies ahead for charities looking to engage audiences on the climate agenda this year.

Attendees will take away tangible learnings and sector insights to apply within their own organisations.

Sessions and speakers

  • Communications breakthroughs from COP26 – Savita Willmott, Chief Executive, Natural History Consortium 
  • Insights from ITV’s Climate Action Week – Amrit Dhadwal, Social Purpose Executive, ITV 
  • Looking ahead: Challenges and opportunities for climate communicators in 2022 – Toby Smith, Climate Visuals Programme Lead, Climate Outreach and David Powell, Climate Engagement Lab Lead, Climate Outreach

Attendance Eligibility

This session is aimed at communications professionals at climate and environmental charities, as well as charities working intersectionally on the environment and other issues.

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To secure your place on this course, register today via our Eventbrite page.


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