IECA Regional Symposium - Fresno 2018

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Event Dates: 
October 30, 2018
Fresno, California, USA - also virtual


IECA/California State Fresno Workshop OCTOBER 30, 2018

Virtual, free, and a great way to strengthen Environmental Communications!

YOU’RE INVITED to a free, interactive workshop at California State University, Fresno, on Tuesday, October 30. This is a regional IECA event in partnership with California State University Fresno. It brings together practitioners, students, and others to help strengthen our understanding and ability to communicate about the environment. Virtual participation is available!

DATE: Tuesday, October 30, 2018

TIME: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., PST

LOCATION: Room 194 of the Peters Business Building

Click here to register if you’re attending in person.  

And if you’re attending virtually, click here!

Focus: How Env Comm works, plus how water affects disadvantaged communities, endangered species, and more in this agricultural area of drought.

For more information, please email IECA Board Member Nancy Van Leuven, Assistant Professor in the Media, Communications and Journalism Department at Fresno State:

About the International Environmental Communication Association: The IECA is a professional nexus of practitioners, teachers, students, artists, and organizations engaged in research and action to find more ethical and effective ways to communicate about environmental concerns in order to move society towards sustainability. Our mission is to foster effective and inspiring communication that alleviates environmental issues and conflicts, and solves the problems that cause them. And here are some sample member benefits.

About Fresno State and the California Water Institute:  Partnering with industry and government agencies, Fresno State incorporates new technologies — satellite, infrared and computer — into its applied water research. Faculty, students and staff study water quality, conservation, delivery systems, supply development, recycling and drought-tolerant crops. The campus houses the Center for Irrigation Technology, the International Center for Water Technology and the Water and Energy Technology Center. The University also is a partner in Blue Tech Valley — an ambitious initiative to create a Silicon Valley-like hub of water research and development.