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CSIRO Black Mountain

Clunies Ross Street, Acton

Canberra

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Join the Australian Science Communicators Canberra Branch and CSIRO Discovery for a session with Trish Johnston from the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency.

Trish was part of the team that carried out extensive market research to inform the communication and advertising strategy around climate change and the Clean Energy Future campaigns. Hear about what her team did, how the research informed the communication strategy, how things have played out, and the communication challenges and opportunities ahead.

This event is for communicators wanting to know what it’s like to be working with one of the most complicated and politically-charged topics of our time.

Date: Wednesday 27 June.

Time: 6pm for a 6:30 start (will finish about 7:30pm).

Venue: CSIRO Discovery, Black Mountain (map and parking directions here: http://www.csiro.au/en/Portals/Education/Programs/Discovery-Centre/Discovery-Centre-Map.aspx).

Catering: Nibbles and drinks provided.

Cost: Free for members. Non-members gold coin contribution.

RSVPs required by 25 June: http://ascact20121.eventbrite.com.

Enquiries to: asccanberra@gmail.com or 0413 883 414.

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CSIRO Black Mountain

Clunies Ross Street, Acton

Canberra

Australia

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The Australian Science Communicators (ASC) supports and represents those who make science accessible. Established in 1994, the ASC is a diverse association of more than 500 members including scientists, teachers, journalists, writers, entertainers, students and other communicators who engage Australians (and people overseas) with science, technology and innovation. 

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