Communicating in Maine about Climate Change: And Lessons for Other Regions


Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 12:00pm

Communicating in Maine about Climate Change: And Lessons for Other Regions


This is a webinar



This communications research is presented by The Maine Climate Table, a partnership that currently includes participation from over 140 individuals and organizations from the business, nonprofit, philanthropic and government sectors in Maine. The Climate Table’s vision is to create a state-based model for climate initiatives that increases broad civic engagement and leads to climate action. Climate Table messaging trainings, led by GrowSmart Maine’s Tyler Kidder, share findings and messaging recommendations developed over four years of engaging with Mainers about their perceptions of climate change and what we can do about it.
Link to Maine-specific research summary

About the Speaker: Tyler Kidder
Tyler Kidder is the Community Outreach Director at GrowSmart Maine. She previously worked as Communications Manager for Efficiency Maine and as Assistant Director for Sustainable Programs at the University of Southern Maine where she also taught environmental science intro labs. Tyler holds a degree in Environmental Studies from Bucknell University, is a Senior Fellow of the Environmental Leadership Program, and a graduate of the Sustainable Food Systems Leadership Institute of Maine. In 2017 Tyler Co-Chaired the Energy Efficiency Subcommittee of the Maine Climate Table and has been leading Climate Table Communication training workshops since January 2018. Tyler serves on the board of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, is engaged with biking and walking planning in the town of Falmouth, and is involved with permaculture and local food. She shares a small eco-homestead in Falmouth with her dog and two cats.