Positive Attitudes but Limited Knowledge Lead Discovery Place to Offer an Ocean Literacy Teacher Workshop

This is a guest post by Gail Lemiec, Coordinator at Charlotte Nature Museum There are many threats facing our ocean, from rising temperatures and acidification to overfishing and marine debris.  Despite its vastness, the ocean is affected by people and our choices. We often hear about our ability to negatively affect the ocean with our […]

Communications medley: Survey roundup and framing tips

In this week’s round up: How millennials are thinking about transportation, Americans view environment more important than growth, and the impacts of recent weather events on public perception of climate change. If you’re a science communicator or educator at an informal science center (such as a zoo, aquarium, or museum) trying to understand the perspectives […]

Communications medley: A car-free future and the impacts of extreme weather on climate opinion

In this week’s round up: How millennials are thinking about transportation, Americans’ view environment more important than growth and the impacts of recent weather events on public perception of climate change. If you’re a science communicator or educator at an informal science center (such as a zoo, aquarium, or museum) trying to understand the perspectives […]

Communications medley: Looking at numbers and what it takes

In this week’s round up: Public perspectives on climate change and thoughts on what stimulates social change, If you’re a science communicator or educator at an informal science center (such as a zoo, aquarium, or museum) trying to understand the perspectives of your audience and find ways to promote conservation action – this is the […]