The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Miami and The Cleo Institute are sponsoring the Advanced Climate Leadership Training Series: Empowering Capable Climate Communicators 2016 on two successive Saturdays, February 20 and 27, with the goal of helping participants become sufficiently conversant with the topics and materials to begin effectively educating others.
Held at the Cox Science Center, room 126, on the Coral Gables campus from 8:30 to 3:30 p.m. on both Saturdays, the training sessions will help citizens, professionals, policy makers and others who attend:
- Gain an understanding of the causes, reality, severity, and impacts of human-induced climate change.
- Learn what must be done to mitigate, adapt to, and work toward reversing the adverse effects of human-induced climate change.
- Learn from leading climate communicators to communicate this important subject accurately and honestly to others.
To register, click here. All fees will be waived for UM faculty, staff, and students who use the code ECCC2016 when registering.
For more program information, contact Harold R. Wanless, chair of the Department of Geological Sciences at 305-284-4253 or email@example.com. Visit The CLEO Institute for more information about registration and/or climate change training opportunities and involvement.