This article provides advice on how to get local media to notice the work non-profits do and events they host.
This film produced by Patagonia is about people, rivers and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores the decline in wild salmon populations, and threats posed…
Hosted by the National Estuarine Research Reserve. This monthly webinar series features project teams supported by NERRS Science Collaborative.
This toolkit provides information on developing a communications plan, channels of communication, document types and measuring results.
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 Smart Prosperity Institute video shows the latest trends for how Canadians consume information and provides best practices for turning research findings into general public-friendly communications.
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 Smart Prosperity Institute video teaches how to convey research findings to policymakers.
This podcast discusses how to properly pitch a story to the media (primarily TV stations) and to the right person.
Monthly webinars are offered through membership and free quarterly recordings are uploaded on YouTube.
This article provides advice on how to use bridges to answer tough, typically negative questions during interviews without evading the question.
This weekly informal podcast hosted by Nick Kramer in the United States highlights projects and people that make up the fisheries science profession.
When looking for publicity, the media will be interested to hear either (1) your expertise (2) your story. It is not enough to just share about funding, or even an event you want coverage at.…
The Center for Watershed Protection provides webcasts for stormwater and watershed professionals.
A venue for sharing and exchanging information about boreal wetland and waterfowl best management practices (BMPs) to raise awareness and foster collaboration between industry, government, academia, consulting, and conservation organizations.