Is It Getting Hot In Here? Considering Social Media's Impact on Climate Change

VIDEO: Is it Getting Hot in Here? Considering Social Media’s Impact on Climate Change (Social Media Week 2012)

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Can social media influence climate change? As environmental concerns are brought to the forefront of the public eye, how can social media educate, inform, and provoke meaningful conversation? And what can climate change scientists gain from it? Attend this session to see how social media might provide the bridge for parties on both sides of environmental discourse to listen, learn, and better communicate.

Thomson Reuters, Category: Social & Environmental Change

Location: Social & Environmental Change Hub at Thomson Reuters, 3 Times Square, New York, NY

February 13, 2012 33opm

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MODERATOR:?

  • Janine Gibson, Editor-in-Chief, Guardian US (@JanineGibson)

PANELISTS:

  • Andrew Revkin, Environmental Journalist; Dot Earth Blogger, The New York Times; Senior Fellow, Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies (@Revkin)
  • Fabien Cousteau, Environmental Advocate; Founder, Plant A Fish (@FCousteau)
  • Dr. David E. Guggenheim, Senior Fellow, The Ocean Foundation; Host, The Ocean Doctor Radio Show (@OceanDoctor)

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