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Climate Conversations: Strategic Climate Change Communications

Climate Conversations: Strategic Climate Change Communications

Join Climate Conversations for engaging discussions, presentations and calls to action to address climate change in our community.

For the October 8 meeting, Paige Dolci and Rishya Narayana of Mass Audubon will discuss communicating about climate change with a specific focus on the value of nature and nature-based solutions to climate change.  This presentation will be followed by a general discussion including action items for the group.

About the speakers:

Rishya is a multimedia science communicator with an MS in Media Advocacy from Northeastern University, specializing in Environmental Science Communications and Policy. In her current role as Climate Change Communications Manager at Mass Audubon, Rishya is responsible for developing and managing multimedia climate content to motivate broad audiences to fight climate change and help the organization build a cohesive climate community. Prior to Mass Audubon, she worked in informal education and policy advocacy at the New England Aquarium as an Educator and at Save the Harbor/Save the Bay as their Communications and Public Relations Coordinator. Rishya also interned for PBS science series, NOVA, and was awarded a 2019 Rapport Public Policy Fellowship, which she served at the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.

Paige Dolci, Climate Resilience Coordinator at Mass Audubon, performs outreach and provides technical assistance to municipalities on low impact development and using nature to create more climate resilient, healthy communities. Before joining Mass Audubon, Paige's work focused on organizing and cultivating support for urban and rural pollinator plantings. She holds a BA in Environmental Science from Boston University.

Climate Conversations is an informal group sponsored by the Chelmsford Climate Action Team (CCAT) and the Chelmsford Public Library. We meet on the second Thursday of each month to share our concerns about Climate Change. Public invited. Meetings may include guest speakers, film screenings or book discussions to provide information and stimulate conversations on what we can do as individuals and as a community to reduce climate change and promote climate change legislation. 
Thursday, October 8, 2020 Show more dates
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Online - Zoom #1
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Event Organizer

Jessica Fitzhanso

978-256-5521 x1115

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