2017 ASTC Annual Conference (October 21-24)

Hotter Cities, Cooler Science! Using Research-based Tools to Create Positive Conversations about Climate Change

Friday, October 20, 2017: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Convention Center
Session Leader:
Richard Johnson, The Franklin Institute
Presenters:
Michaela Labriole, New York Hall of Science, Mandela Lyon, Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Mary Ann Steiner, Steiner Learning Design

How do we open up conversations about climate change and make them more approachable? Join Climate & Urban Systems Partnership project members from different organizations as we share our well-tested tools and resources, provide time and materials for adapting activities, and explore the learning research behind these public engagement strategies. Preregistration required. Limited to 60 participants. Fee: $65 per person (includes breakfast and lunch).