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Webinar: What Can Successful Communication Look Like in Actionable Science? Examples from the Climate Adaptation Science Centers
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Description:This webinar is part of the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (NW CASC) Actionable Science Webinar series. Register here.
Date: December 3, 2019
While the peer-reviewed publication is the mainstay of academic science communication, science that is co-produced with decision-makers to help address environmental challenges often demands products that look quite different. While a peer-reviewed publication may in fact be a vital outcome of such work, so too may be specialized reports, tools, trainings, and a diverse suite of other products. So what can such products look like and how are they developed? In this webinar, presenters from across the Climate Adaptation Science Centers (a national network of federal-academic partnerships designed to facilitate the production of actionable climate adaptation science) will share a suite of creative products used to communicate collaborative research and inform decision-making, highlighting both the products and the processes used to collaboratively develop them.
Emily Fort | Communications, Data and Information Technology Coordinator, National Climate Adaptation Science Center
Kristin Timm | PhD Candidate and Graduate Researcher, George Mason University
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm