This Smart Prosperity Institute video teaches how to convey research findings to policymakers.
This Smart Prosperity Institute video teaches tools to communicate research with journalists and the media. Much of this information would also be relevant to a wider audience interested in promoting campaigns or projects.
This article provides advice on how to use bridges to answer tough, typically negative questions during interviews without evading the question.
This guide developed by the University of Waterloo was written for students and researchers, however, most of the information is applicable to a wider audience looking to promote campaigns or projects.
This weekly informal podcast hosted by Nick Kramer in the United States highlights projects and people that make up the fisheries science profession.