Join the Northwest Climate Science Center for our new Climate Adaptation Skills-Building Webinar Series starting April 3rd, 2018.
This webinar series is designed to promote and deepen participants’ understanding of the range of approaches and processes that are foundational to designing and implementing actionable science. Each one-hour webinar will explore a range of tools, research and best practices to help participants build and support effective collaborations between the scientific research and resource management communities. Our first four webinars will cover how to develop successful co-production projects, collaborative research methods, science communication and best practices for tribal engagement.
CLIMATE ADAPTATION SKILLS-BUILDING WEBINAR SERIES
Registration links for each webinar will be available soon.
Developing a Successful Co-production Process with Meade Krosby and Amy Snover
11:00 AM (Pacific Time) | Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018
Social Science and Collaborative Research Methods for Non-Social Scientists with Alison Meadow
11:00 AM (Pacific Time) | Tuesday, May 1st, 2018
The Role of Science Communication in Co-Production with Heidi Roop & Darcy Widmayer
11:00 AM (Pacific Time) | Tuesday, June 5th, 2018
Best Practices for Tribal Engagement with Chas Jones & Amelia Marchand (invited)
11:00 AM (Pacific Time) | Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
Please direct any questions to Ronda Strauch (email@example.com)