Friday 18th August, Rachel Carson Center for Society and Environment, LMU, Munich.
Deadline for applications: 15th June 2017.

This short workshop engages with the questions surrounding climate science communication, from a social science and humanities’ perspective. The aim is to learn from each other how to communicate climate social< science, and climate humanities, findings most effectively, and how to make this important work salient in the wider world. A corollary aim is the exchange of expertise between graduate students in different disciplines, and encouraging an honest reflection on their own preconceptions and aims (and each other’s).

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This workshop is generously supported by funds from European Union, through the Marie Curie ENHANCE ITN.

Image: United Nations Photo, Island Nation of Kiribati affected by climate change, via Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND-2.0