Earth to Sky is developing Regional Communities of Practice in Climate Communication, each of which is led by Regional Leadership Teams trained and mentored by the partnership's Central Leadership. This is in support of our community's interest in a regional approach for climate communication. Our goals are to expand and deepen the impact of our partnership and strengthen our national community of practice.
A regional approach enables Earth to Sky to
- Provide ETS climate training near to participants’ workplace
- Provide greater focus on locally relevant content
- Give stronger support to the ETS community
- Empower local climate leaders
- Provide more frequent training across the country
- Train more people
Regional Leadership Teams
- Are trained and mentored by Earth to Sky Leadership
- Conduct regional ETS courses in climate science and communication
- Nurture and sustain their own regional communities of practice
- Are supported by ETS Leadership and each other
Earth to Sky Regional Workshop in Oklahoma Postponed
This climate communication workshop, initially scheduled for July 15-17, 2020 in Sulphur, Oklahoma, is postponed due to concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic. The organizers will identify a new date once events, travel, and facilities are available again.
The application for the workshop will remain open. Once a new date has been set all applicants will be informed and dates will be posted here as well as on the Earth to Sky listserv.
This workshop is led by a team of Earth to Sky Regional Leaders who graduated from the 2019 Earth to Sky Academy.
Our World is Changing - Do you have the tools to stay relevant?
A Two-day pre-conference workshop on climate science and communication at the 2019 National Association for Interpretation National Conference
November 11-12, 2019
Join us in beautiful Denver, Colorado for this Earth to Sky workshop designed to help you meet the challenges of connecting with visitors on climate change. In our experiential and collaborative learning environment you will learn foundational climate science, engage with scientists and peers, and gain exposure to new technologies.