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Television for the Environment Seminar

Come and hear about how you could include film in your research and fieldwork and how this visual media is used to disseminate environmental messages globally.
When Jan 26, 2017
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where David Attenborough Building, Pembroke St, Cambridge
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How can media-related communication inspire and support researchers to understand better how they can translate their work more widely and comprehensively outside the academic arena?

Nick Rance, Head of Partnerships and Programmes at TVE, provides a fascinating insight into this successful not-for-profit that works with filmmakers and partners worldwide to make and distribute films that put the environment and sustainability on the global agenda.

From aspiring filmmakers documenting the challenge of e-waste disposal, to major corporations showcasing innovation, TVE help to give a voice and a platform to a new generation of filmmakers who want to see a greener and fairer world.  

Such TVE films are broadcast to hundreds of millions of viewers, screened to audiences ranging from policymakers to rickshaw drivers, and viewed online worldwide.

Followed by a lunch and a chance to talk to the speakers and other conservation researchers.

Register to attend here.

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