Communicate 2020: Meet the speaker – Ian Rowlands, Incredible Oceans
Ahead of Communicate 2020 our amazing volunteer writer Tom Bell is meeting with the speakers at this year's conference to find out more about their work.
For this week’s blog we would like to share with you some recommended reading created by some of the speakers at Communicate – including articles, books and toolkits.
Communicate 2020 – Programme Launched!
We’re thrilled to announce that the programme for Communicate 2020 is now online and available to download!
Communicate 2020 passes now on sale!
2020 has been an unexpected and exceptional year for the environmental communication sector, and as we've quickly learnt to become experts in video calling and meeting virtually, we are excited to bring Communicate to a fully digital platform for the first time!
Riding Waves, Changing Worlds
Find out more about Communicate 2019 and the theme of this year's conference.
5 Top reasons to come to Communicate
Not sure whether Communicate is right for you? Find out why our vast community of professionals would recommend the conference
Pioneering New Approaches to Inspire Action For Nature
This year's Festival of Nature includes three new, pioneering elements to help the 100+ organisations looking to inspire positive action at Festival of Nature 2019.
Why we asked a magician to speak at our environmental communication conference
Conference, workshop, symposium, webinar or conference call? Bringing together professionals from different sectors and organisations is a huge undertaking of logistics, curation and partnership for any organisation.
The Art of the Possible: How an offhand remark became our conference theme for Communicate 2018.
Navigating change, avoiding burnout, thinking creatively, building partnerships, drawing on evidence and never losing sight of the need to connect people and the natural world: the role of environmental communicators has never been more important, or more complex.
Avon Wildlife Trust
Bath & North East Somerset Council
BBC Natural History Unit
Bristol City Council
Bristol Zoo Gardens
University of Bath
University of Bristol
University of the West of England
Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
The Natural History Consortium is a charitable collaboration between these member organisations.
Engaging people with the natural world through collaborative action. Reg Charity 1123432