Spring Tundra Connections

Network with the experts: our Spring Tundra Connections focuses on how to communicate climate change science and solutions. Photo by Inkknife_2000, Creative Commons License via Flickr.com. Details...

Our 2015 Spring Tundra Connections broadcast aired earlier this year, but you can watch the archive via the link below.

Live Chat: Talking about Climate Change
May 5, 2015 at 11 a.m. Central Time
Host: Marissa Krouse, PBI's programs manager
We teamed up with our friends at the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI) for a special broadcast on how to talk effectively about climate change. Target audience: climate change interpreters who work in professional settings like zoos, museums, and aquariums. 
Missed it? Watch the archive here.

About NNOCCI and PBI's Climate Alliance

  • NNOCCI aims to establish a national network of professionals who are skilled in communicating climate science to the public in ways that are engaging and stimulate productive dialog.
  • A complementary program, PBI’s Climate Alliance, trains and empowers individuals to effect community change, through a shared goal of conserving polar bears by reducing carbon emissions to save arctic sea ice.

Also check out our archives from Spring 2014:

We're grateful to our Platinum Sponsor, Frontiers North Tundra Buggy Adventure. Generous support has also been provided by explore.org, the philanthropic media organization and multi-media arm of The Annenberg Foundation, as part of its Pearls of the Planet initiative, a variety of live feeds that aim to help people fall in love with the world again.

Special thanks also to Cheetah Conservation FundComo Zoo, Google MapsGoogle for Education Connected Classrooms, and San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research. To learn more about the Google Street View Trek in Churchill, Manitoba visit the Treks page HEREBear hugs also to Julene Reed, an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Teacher and PBI Education Advisory Council member, who directs the PBI Tundra Connections program.