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atthecrossroads.jpgWe here at the Bridging Divides, the Conference on Communication and Environment in Boulder. Artist Mimi Katzenbach's installation At the Crossroads of the Four Forms of Catastrophe invites participation from those attending Virtual COCE.


Guest post by Mimi Stokes Katzenbach

As you enter room 235, four columns of covered with colored papers and text meet you.  Deliberately makeshift, very low (non) tech, irregular, uneven, somewhat precarious, temporary: as shelters are in environmental catastrophes. 

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Better sit down. You'll be amazed by these seven surprising things you should know about The IECA :-)

1. We have a LISTSERV again, and have had one for a while. Well, it's technically a Google group, but it functions the same way. Send your email to theieca@googlegroups.com. Start a discussion. Ask a question. Share something interesting. Reply by email (what a concept!). All members SHOULD be on the list, but if you are not, you can always join, as can non-members.

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Environmental Communication: Research Into Practice

Online course: June 9 to July 17, 2014

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The IECA Board and Executive Director Mark Meisner are very pleased to announce that the 13th biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (COCE) will be held in Boulder, Colorado in 2015.

Our hosts will be J. Harrison Carpenter and Dale Miller of the University of Colorado Boulder, known as CU Boulder.

Dates have yet to be decided, but COCE 2015 will be some time in June.

Watch the IECA web site for more details. We hope to see you in Boulder.

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The International Environmental Communication Association (IECA) is pleased to announce Virtual COCE 2013.

For the first time ever, the Conference on Communication and Environment (COCE) will be streamed live for anyone to watch for free.

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