Using Your Platform and Influence for Good

A leading voice on the climate crises, Chris Turner shows you how to navigate the line between reporter and advocate

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Wondering how to report on and raise awareness about the environmental issues you care about most? Join one of the leading voices on the climate crisis, Chris Turner, as he takes you through how he pivoted from climate change reporter to climate solutions journalist and consultant, with insight on how to find your own environmental beat and find an audience. A bestselling author and energy communications strategist, Chris also teaches how to navigate the line between reporter and advocate, and how to maintain credibility when pivoting from journalist to communications consultant and back again.

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Registration includes:
  • Access to all 5 Writing Is Your Nature masterclasses (live)
  • Password to watch/re-watch the replays later
  • Handy cheat-sheet on each topic in the series
  • Each lecture is 60 minutes plus time for questions and “pop quiz” giveaway
  • Auto-generated closed captioning available for live classes and replays
How to register:

Registration is FREE and includes all 5 science and nature writing masterclasses. Just add “Writing is Your Nature” to your cart in the Campus Shop and proceed to checkout. After you submit your name, email, and other contact information, you’ll get a link and password for the live Zoom classes and video replays. We’ll also email you a reminder the morning of each class. Register here.

About the instructor:

Chris Turner is the author of six books, including the recent national bestseller The Patch: The People, Pipelines and Politics of the Oil Sands, which won the 2018 National Business Book Award. His 2014 essay collection, How To Breathe Underwater, won the 2014 City of Calgary W.O. Mitchell Book Prize. He is an award-winning essayist and climate and energy communications strategist. He lives in Calgary with his wife and two children. His latest book on the global energy transition will be published by Random House Canada next year.

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