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Climate Conversations: talking with friends, family and passers-by about the climate crisis

18th April 2020 - 19th April 2020

This workshop is for anyone worried about climate change who wants to build their confidence having difficult conversations about climate change with friends, family and passers-by. We will be working with some tools that derive from psychotherapy that will help you to have those tricky conversations about climate change by understanding more of what goes on beneath the surface.

This workshop isn’t about how to communicate the facts, how to give a talk or how to deal with a very aggressive member of the public – though you may find that it gives you the confidence to go into situations of that kind. By the end of the workshop you will feel more confident about having climate conversations, and you will have planned and maybe even scripted one that is relevant to your own situation.

The workshop is based on materials created by Rosemary Randall, long-standing expert on climate psychology, and by Climate Outreach. It will be led by a team of XR trainers who have developed the workshop together.

This event will be held remotely using Zoom, and will run in two halves:
14.00-15.15 on Saturday 18 April
and
14.00-15.30 on Sunday 19 April

See the booking page for details of how to register.
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/climate-conversations-talking-with-friends-family-and-passers-by-about-the-climate-crisis-tickets-92890731679

Venue

Online – via Zoom: https://zoom.us/