[ASC-media] (SA event) Climate change and the media - research seminar

Susannah Eliott SEliott at aussmc.org
Sat Oct 17 06:15:30 CEST 2009


Climate Change and the Media - research seminar

 

Wednesday 21 October 12noon to 1pm (light refreshments provided)

Board Room, Level 1 of The Science Exchange,

55 Exchange Place (here is a map <http://www.aussmc.org/contact.php>  to
help you find us) 

Adelaide

RSVP by 20 October to AusSMC (info at aussmc.org; ph: 08 7120 8665)

 

 

Come and join us in the beautiful new Adelaide Science Exchange for
informal light lunch and a research seminar by University of WA Honours
student Mark Cornish.

 

About Mark's research:

 

Public opinion on the causes and predicted effects of global climate
change is fragmented. Why is this?

 

One line of inquiry to explain such fragmentation is the mass media
representation of the internationally recognized scientific consensus on
human-induced climate change.

 

Mark Cornish, a chemistry graduate and science communication honours
student at the University of Western Australia is currently undertaking
work experience at the Australian Science Media Centre. Mark will
discuss the Australian media's depiction of the scientific consensus in
several nation-wide media outlets. 

 

If we're lucky we might also hear a little bit about some research Mark
has been doing at the AusSMC comparing media coverage of the Canberra
(2003) and Victorian (2009) bushfires. 

 

 

 

Dr Susannah Eliott

Chief Executive Officer

 

Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC)    ***Note new phone/fax and
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non-profit service for the news media, giving journalists direct access
to evidence-based science and expertise. The national centre is advised
by a Science Advisory Panel and governed by a Board of Management.  It
is supported by a wide variety of sectors with each contribution capped
at 10% of total running costs.  Foundation sponsors are the ABC, APN
News & Media, Cochlear Foundation Ltd, CSIRO, the Govt of SA, Innovative
Research Universities Australia, Macquarie Bank, Media Monitors, News
Ltd, New South Wales Govt, Orica Ltd, Queensland Govt, ResMed Inc, the
Royal Institution of Australia, the State Govt of Victoria, Network Ten
and the University of Melbourne.  Gold Sponsors are ATSE, Cisco Systems
Inc., CSL Ltd, IBM Australia, Johnson Winter & Slattery, Shell Australia
Ltd and the University of Adelaide.

 

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opinions of the experts named.  They do not represent the views of the
AusSMC or any other organisation unless specifically stated.  The AusSMC
attempts to provide a range of views from the scientific community. 

 

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