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Creating an Effective Engagement Strategy in Your Community

Creating an Effective Engagement Strategy in Your Community: Using the latest social science to motivate action

Workshop Facilitator: Cara Pike, Climate Access

Summary: Need help developing effective climate engagement strategies for your audiences? Struggling to reach and motivate stakeholders to engage in outreach events? Climate and environmental communications expert Cara Pike, provided a training session aimed at helping you develop effective public engagement strategies and framing in support of climate action and sustainability goals. Through lectures, group discussion, and problem solving sessions, participants learned about common communication challenges and how to overcome these challenges based on translated and applied social science research.

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