Fri, 28 July 2017
Marine Science Communication has to be done properly to gain trust of your audience and inspire them to do more for the Ocean.
I talk about an example where Marine Conservation communication was misleading and could cause damage to the efforts of Conservation.
Listen to the episode to find out how you can make better strides in Ocean Conservation.
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Wed, 25 January 2017
Ocean Science and Conservation Communication is more important now more than ever as the oceans, and environment in general, are changing at a rapid rate and government are slow to act. Communication allows the right information to get in front of the public so that they can make more informed decisions on how to live for a better Ocean. But how do you get in front of the public in this day and age?
Allison Randolph, aka Ocean Allison, specializes in Ocean Science and Conservation Communication (has experience with podcasting, video documentaries and public speaking) and stops by the podcast to tell us how she got involved in the field and how you can communicate science effectively to make a difference.
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Direct download: SUFB_S269_OceanScienceCommunicationWithAllisonRandolph.mp3
Category:Science Communication -- posted at: 8:00am EDT