Bringing Climate Change and Solutions Home to Your Audience

  • Wednesday, Oct 07 – 2:45 PM – 3:30 PM ET (18:45 – 19:30 UTC)
  • Not available virtually
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Impactful climate change stories are everywhere, and demand for these stories continues to grow, as the public’s appetite for solid, scientifically-sound information during the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates.

Join this conversation to gain knowledge and access to key resources which will help you tell local, immediate, and compelling climate stories that resonate with your audience.

This session is designed for:

  • Journalists and news managers ready to expand and deepen their climate change impacts and solutions coverage
  • Local media professionals looking for access to local climate change data and resources
  • Newsrooms that want a deeper dive into the American public’s views and opinions about climate change


Bernadette Woods Placky
Chief Meteorologist, Climate Matters Director, Climate Central
@BernadetteWoodsVisit Website

Frank Mungeam
Chief Innovation Officer, Local Media Association

Edward Maibach
Distinguished University Professor and Director, George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication
@MaibachEdVisit Website