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Toolkit: Best Practices
Creating an exhibit on climate change? The Exhibits section highlights effective examples of visitor center and wayside exhibits.
Seeking “likes”, retweets, and engaging dialog? Facebook, Twitter, and other social media communication examples and best practices are found in our Social Media section.
Some parks are creating and presenting formal programs specifically about climate change, and others are integrating climate content into existing programs, walks and talks.
The Graphics section showcases some effective visual illustrations and photography.
Audio & Video
Here you'll find some of the best short and long videos, interviews, and soundbites produced about climate change.
Framing and Communication Guides
There are many different approaches to talking about the implications of climate change, taking advantage of particular “frames” of reference. Here are some ideas.
With practice, a thoughtful interpreter can almost always preempt conflict and turn controversy into an opportunity for connection for the visitors. Find out how!
Educators and Interpreters, go forth and teach climate change using proven and tested Curriculum Resources.
Peruse a collection of planning materials you can adapt when embarking on your next climate change initiative.
Last updated: June 30, 2016