Talk Back to the Media about Climate Change Denial

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Cool Drinks presentation on November 28, 2014. Using Twitter and Pinterest and the plain old telephone help us tell the media what you really think about how they report on climate change.

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Talk Back to the Media about Climate Change Denial

  1. 1. Talk Back to the Media
  2. 2. Talk Back to the Media Life as Usual
  3. 3. Talk Back to the Media Tell 'em what you think
  4. 4. Talk Back to the Media Our Community Story
  5. 5. Talk Back to the Media Talk to the Press
  6. 6. Talk Back to the Media #COOLMEDIA - Pinterest
  7. 7. Talk Back to the Media #NOTCOOLMEDIA twitter
  8. 8. Talk Back to the Media Our Community Story
  9. 9. Talk Back to the Media Cool Drinks Stories Get Involved Starting point – link from here Your concerns Take a poll “What is the most important Climate Change Issue?” Talk to the Press A list of major press phone, email, twitter, facebook, and pinterest contacts #COOLMEDIA Pinterest – stories we like #NOTCOOLMEDIA Twitter – stories we don't believe http://coolnorthshore.ca/action
  10. 10. Talk Back to the Media Summary Use #COOLMEDIA for “way to go!” Use #NOTCOOLMEDIA for suspect climate denial stories Don't forget to: Phone the original source editor Send it back to the orignal source i.e. @vancouversun Include @coolnorthshore

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