Jennifer Kane Alexandria April 8, 2010

April reminder (and a newly added speaker):


How can we get more people to RECYCLE, CARPOOL, TURN THE LIGHTS OFF, USE LESS WATER, USE REUSABLE BAGS, or PREVENT THE SPREAD OF INVASIVE SPECIES? Mpact Communication, LLC has designed a course specifically focused on helping those in the environmental communication world communicate more effectively! Social Marketing for Sustainability: Influencing Greener Behaviors through Research-Based Messaging was designed to take the guess-work out of designing messages and bring communication research to practitioners. We will focus on issues central to sustainability and theories known to be effective in this arena. This course will provide a great introduction to communication theory for conservation practitioners who wish to guide people toward behaviors that are more compatible with our natural resource base and our ecosystems.

Date: May 24 & 25, 2010
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: University of Maryland, Stamp Student Union
Regular - $375.00
Student Rate - $275.00

***Class size is limited, register early!***

Register Online at:
Fax Registration to: (703) 942-6854

Dr. Monique Mitchell Turner
Director, Center for Risk Comm. Research
Associate Professor, University of Maryland
President, Mpact Communication

Jennifer Kane, MS, MPP
Science & Environmental Communicator
Environmental Policy Consultant
Lead Organizer, Panamá Más Verde

Joe Starinchak
Outreach Coordinator, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Presentation: Advancing Blended Value: Providing Context & Definition for 21st Century Biodiversity Conservation

Jennifer Kane
United States