Communications Activities

Allow for our tried and true Communications Activities around climate change topics guide you, friends, family and your community into encouraging engagement spaces for discovery of different perspectives and reactions to climate issues.

We have split our Communications Activities Toolkit into four specific activity areas, but you can also download the full toolkit at the button at the bottom of the page.

Activity 1: The 1:1 – Communication, Engagement, and Sense of Place

This activity helps model good listening skills, creates connection between people, and provides a personal connection to climate change through identifying special places.

Activity 2: The 3 Lenses – Seeing things from different perspectives

This activity helps people see issues from different perspectives, especially from a sociocultural, economic, and ecological viewpoint on various activities and topics.

Activity 3: Fishbowl Conversation

Fishbowl conversations are a great way to elicit multiple viewpoints about a topic and allow stakeholders to be interviewed in a controlled and open way that makes them feel safe to share their opinions and thoughts.

Host a Webinar

Are you interested in engaging an audience virtually? Are you looking to reach different people through an online platform? If you answered yes, then you’re on your way to creating a webinar. Webinars are a great way to share your message with new people, but how do you run a successful webinar? How do you reach your goals and broaden your network on the way? This quick guide will help you run a successful webinar.

Youth in Kennebunkport, Maine hosting a Fishbowl conversation with local town stakeholders around climate change issues and mitigation opportunities.