Timetable 2010-2011

Timetable of Upcoming events in 2010 and 2011.

 

Date Activity Output
Jan 2010 Launch of network at MeCCSA Annual Conference; calls for interest in Seminar 1 Broad awareness and participation; direction for seminar series
Feb 2010 Launch of network website and media support services (listserv and digest) Establish ideas for dissemination of research and practice
Jul 2010 ADM-HEA Education and Sustainable Development Award Holders Workshop Best practice sharing; identification of long-term pedagogy and curriculum development priorities
Dec 2010

"Mediated Climate Change in an Uncertain World"

CCES Seminar Series Launch: Seminar 1

Hosted by Department of Culture, Media and Drama at University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE)

Time: 15 December, 2010

Location: Pervasive Media Studio, Bristol

Address: Leadworks, Anchor Square, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5DB

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MeCCSA Climate Change Network Launch Event

The event will feature short presentations, discussion, and lots of space for people to share interests and projects. We aim to bring together academics and activists interested in the role of media in the global climate change debate. 

See main events page for further details.

The event is free and open to all. 

Jan 2011 Key strand at MeCCSA Annual Conference 2011 – findings from network Seminars Dissemination of CCES work and promotion of themes to membership
Mar 2011

"Mediating Environmental Change: Exploring the Way Forward" 

CCES Seminar Series Launch: Seminar 2

Hosted by Centre for Journalism and Communication Research at Bournemouth University

Time: 4 March, 2011

Location: Bournemouth University

Address: The Executive Business Centre, Bournemouth University, 89 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8EB, England

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The Mediating Environmental Change symposium will facilitate a debate on emerging and established forms and practices of environmental reporting – including climate change, conservation and sustainability. We aim to provide a lively discussion forum evolving around pertinent issues arising from a series of panels and keynote speakers.

Call for papers to be circulated shortly.

Posted by Nick Sayers