Communicating Science Amidst Controversy

Animal Manure Management May 30, 2017 Print Friendly and PDF

livestock and poultry environmental learning center logo with cow, pig, and chicken sillhouettes over a map of the U.S. with three circling arrowsThis webinar presents some of the principles of communicating science-based information and case studies and examples of effective (and not effective) messaging related to controversial agricultural topics such as climate change or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This presentation was originally broadcast on December 18, 2015. More...

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Communications Basics

Martha Monroe, University of Florida (17 minutes)

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Some Examples

Paul Vincelli, University of Kentucky (15 minutes)

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Turning Theory into Practice

Crystal Powers, Nebraska Extension (17 minutes)

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