Register for the communications webinar (25.10.)
SUSTAIN EU-ASEAN - Communications webinar
How to effectively reach out to the media and research community
Online communications webinar organised by SEI and SUSTAIN EU-ASEAN
To enable researchers to communicate effectively environment and climate science results, the SUSTAIN EU-ASEAN project in collaboration with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) is organising an online communications webinar on 25. October 2016.
The webinar is intended for scientists and researchers active in climate and environment research in Europe and Southeast.
Join the Webinar through this link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/554871757
Date: 25 October 2016
Duration: 1.5 hours from 09:30-11:00 CEST
1. Introduction to the webinar (2-3 mins)
Oliver Lah, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Rajesh Daniel, Communications Coordinator, SEI Asia
2. Overview of the communications concepts and skills and how researchers can make effective outreach to the media (20-30 mins)
Rob Watt, Director of Communications, SEI
This session will introduce participants to main concepts in research communication and provide examples and tools that enable research findings to be discovered and acted upon.
3. Facilitated Q&As with journalists from Asia and Europe
Ms Susanna Baltscheffsky (prize winning former environment correspondent of Svenska Dagbladet, editor of Ny Teknik and now head of Nobel Media
Ms. Johanna Son, Editor and manager of the Reporting ASEAN program with IPS Asia-Pacific media organization (supported by the ASEAN Foundation and the Japan-ASEAN Solidarity Fund).
Ms Paritta Wangkiat, Environmental reporter, Bangkok Post, Thailand.
Facilitated by Rob Watt
The journalists will answer questions and provide professional insights.
4. Wrap-up of the webinar and concluding remarks
Oliver Lah, Wuppertal Institute
The webinars are designed for scientists and researchers to enable them to communicate their environment and climate science findings. You can register for the webinar, by contacting Oliver Lah (Wuppertal Institute) or Rajesh Daniel (Stockholm Environment Institute).