Teacher Workshop: Communicating Climate Change

Interested in learning how to teach creatively about climate change? CIRES Education Outreach group in collaboration with Inside the Greenhouse and the Colorado Film School, is hosting a 7.5-hour or 15-hour teacher professional development workshop on June 9th, 2017, at the University of Colorado Boulder. The one-day, 7.5-credit, hands-on workshop will cover how to teach climate science creatively using technology and provide resources for classroom implementation. These strategies link the sciences and the arts through societally important topics, as attendees learn technical skills and … [Read more...]

Environmental Justice and Advocacy — 5 Questions for Phaedra C. Pezzullo

Professor Phaedra C. Pezzullo is a dedicated social and environmental justice advocate. Her areas of focus include the mobilization of resistance to toxic pollution, and the communication of resilience in what she calls “the late age of fossil fuels.” She answered some of our questions about her work and environmental advocacy in the current age. What got you interested in studying environmental communication? I started off after high school earning a B.S. in Natural Resources, but quickly discovered that the sciences knew a lot with little success of convincing others to listen. So, … [Read more...]