Appendix A

Workshop Agenda and
List of Participants

Workshop on Climate Change Education for
the Public and Decision Makers

October 21-22, 2010

October 21, 2010

8:30-9:00 am

Individual discussions with panelists and commissioned authors



9:00-9:30

Introductory Remarks

Martin Storksdieck, Board on Science Education Director

James Mahoney, Climate Change Education Roundtable Chair

Joseph Heimlich, Workshop Steering Committee Chair



9:30-10:15

Session 1: Goals of Climate Change Education

Speakers:

Nicole Ardoin, Stanford University

David Hassenzahl, Chatham University

Frank Niepold, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Panel Participants:

William Solecki, Hunter College

Kit Batten, Heinz Center

William Spitzer, New England Aquarium



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Appendix A Workshop Agenda and List of Participants Workshop on Climate Change Education for the Public and Decision Makers October 21-22, 2010 October 21, 2010 8:30-9:00 am Individual discussions with panelists and commissioned authors 9:00-9:30 Introductory Remarks Martin Storksdieck, Board on Science Education Director James Mahoney, Climate Change Education Roundtable Chair Joseph Heimlich, Workshop Steering Committee Chair 9:30-10:15 Session 1: Goals of Climate Change Education Speakers: Nicole Ardoin, Stanford University David Hassenzahl, Chatham University Frank Niepold, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Panel Participants: William Solecki, Hunter College Kit Batten, Heinz Center William Spitzer, New England Aquarium 65

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66 CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION GOALS, AUDIENCES, AND STRATEGIES Moderators: Wändi Bruine de Bruin, Steering Committee Member Joseph Heimlich Questions and Discussion 10:35-10:45 Break 10:45 am- Small-Group Discussions 12:15 pm 12:15-1:15 Continued Discussion of Goals (Lunch) 1:15-1:30 Session 1 Breakout Discussion Synthesis Wändi Bruine de Bruin Joseph Heimlich 1:30-2:15 Session 2: Mapping Current Public Climate Change Goals and Outcomes to Various Audiences Speaker: Anthony Leiserowitz, Yale University Panel Participants: Ann Bostrom, University of Washington Aaron McCright, Michigan State University Susan Clayton, College of Wooster Moderator: Edward Maibach, Workshop Committee Member Questions and Discussion 2:35-2:45 Break 2:45-4:15 Small-Group Discussions 4:15-4:30 Overview of Day 2 Michael Feder, National Research Council 4:30-4:45 Session 2 Breakout Discussion Synthesis Charles Anderson, Workshop Committee Member

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67 APPENDIX A October 22, 2010 8:30-9:00 am Individual Discussions of Day 1 9:00-10:00 Session 3: Implications of Audience Segmentation for Education Strategies and Research Panel Participants: Elaine Andrews, University of Wisconsin–Madison Wändi Bruine de Bruin, Carnegie Mellon University Heidi Cullen, Climate Central Katie Mandes, Pew Center on Global Climate Change Greg Hitzhusen, Ohio Interfaith Power and Light Kevin Coyle, National Wildlife Federation Moderator: David Blockstein, Workshop Committee Member Questions and Discussion 10:20-10:30 Break 10:30 am- Small-Group Discussions 12:00 pm 12:00-1:00 Continued Discussion of Implications (lunch) 1:00-1:30 Session 3 Breakout Discussion Synthesis Ann Bostrom, Workshop Committee Member 1:30-2:00 Workshop Implications and Next Steps Joseph Heimlich James Mahoney 2:00-2:45 Audience Discussion: Workshop Implications and Next Steps Moderator: Joseph Heimlich 2:45-3:15 Final Words Martin Storksdieck Paul Stern, Committee on Human Dimensions of Global Climate Change Director

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68 CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION GOALS, AUDIENCES, AND STRATEGIES WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS Joan Abdallah, American Association for the Advancement of Science Richard Ades, Project on Climate Science/Prism Public Affairs Aixa Aleman, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Catherine Allen, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Jeannette Allen, Sigma Space Corporation at National Aeronautics and Space Administration Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University Elaine Andrews, University of Wisconsin–Madison Martin Apple, Council of Scientific Society Presidents Nicole Ardoin, Stanford University Nickie Athanason Ana Ivelisse Aviles, U.S. Government Accountability Office Peter Banks, National Academy of Sciences Sapna Batish, Koshland Science Museum, National Academy of Sciences Kit Batten, Heinz Center Eugene Bierly, American Geophysical Union Meagan Biwer, American Association for the Advancement of Science Andrea Bleistein, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration David Blockstein, National Council for Science and the Environment Ann Bostrom, University of Washington Michel Boudrias, University of San Diego Thomas Bowman, Bowman Design Group Leslie Brandt, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture Carolyn Breedlove, National Education Association James Brey, American Meteorological Society Wändi Bruine de Bruin, Carnegie Mellon University Sharon Burton, U.S. Department of Education Antonio Busalacchi, University of Maryland Brian Campbell, National Aeronautics and Space Administration David Campbell, National Science Foundation Phillip Chalker, American Association for the Advancement of Science Virginia Chanley, U.S. Government Accountability Office F. Stuart Chapin III, University of Alaska, Fairbanks Lynne Cherry, University of Colorado, Boulder Caron Chess, Rutgers University Inés Cifuentes, American Geophysical Union Connie Citro, National Research Council Susan Clayton, College of Wooster Marile Colon Robles, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Kevin Coyle, National Wildlife Federation Greg Crosby, U.S. Department of Agriculture Heidi Cullen, Climate Central

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69 APPENDIX A LuAnn Dahlman, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Amy Daniels, U.S. Forest Service Aaron Datesman, U.S. Department of Energy Jennifer Daugherty, Ecological Society of America Anita Davis, Sigma Space Corporation at National Aeronautics and Space Administration Aimee Delach, Defenders of Wildlife Connie Della-Piana, National Science Foundation Alphonse DeSena, National Science Foundation Jeremy Diem, Georgia State University Shari Dixon, National Weather Service Cathy Dowd, U.S. Forest Service John Doyle, University of Connecticut Don Duggan-Haas, Paleontological Research Institution Janice Earle, National Science Foundation William Easterling, Pennsylvania State University James A. (Jim) Egenrieder, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Lynn Elfner, Ohio Academy of Science Chris Elfring, National Research Council Mica Estrada-Hollenbeck, California State University, San Marcos Allan Eustis, National Institute of Standards and Technology Michael A. Feder, National Research Council Jeremy Flattau, Christine Mirzayan Science Technology Policy Fellowship Program, The National Academies Sherrie Forrest, National Research Council Susan Q. Foster, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Catherine Fry, Mobilizing STEM Education for a Sustainable Future Robert Gabrys, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Susan Gallagher Heffron, Association of American Geographers James E. Geringer, ESRI, Inc. Greg Gershuny, Office of Science and Technology Policy Charlee Glenn, Ecological Society of America Patricia Gober, Arizona State University Eduardo Guevara, Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program Jong-on Hahm, National Science Foundation Carolyn Harris, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Institute for Space Studies, Columbia University David Hassenzahl, Chatham University Robert Hauser, National Research Council Joseph Heimlich, Ohio State University Joseph Henderson, University of Rochester

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70 CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION GOALS, AUDIENCES, AND STRATEGIES Greg Hitzhusen, Ohio Interfaith Power and Light Karen Hollweg, North American Association for Environmental Education Bethany Holm, National Science Foundation Sharon Horn, Office of Innovation and Improvement Robert Horner, University of Oregon Nathan Hultman, University of Maryland Nina L. Jackson, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Jenna Jadin, U.S. Global Change Research Program Arundhati Jayarao, Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Leigh Jenkins, U.S. Department of Education Libby Jewett, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Kathy Johnson, Chicago Botanic Garden Roberta Johnson, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Amber Jones, National Science Foundation Jennifer Jorvig, Columbia University Fred Joutz, George Washington University Melissa Kagle, Colgate University Traci Kallhoff, Exploration Place Marlene Kaplan, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Jill Karsten, National Science Foundation Kevin Kilcullen, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Eli Kintisch, Science Lindsay Knippenberg, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Kim Knowlton, Columbia University Louisa Koch, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Janet Kolodner, National Science Foundation Mary Koppal, American Association for the Advancement of Science Kristopher Kraus, National Environmental Education Foundation Jyoti Kulkarni, SysTem for Analysis, Research and Training (START) Michael Lach, U.S. Department of Education Carol Landis, Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University Tamara Ledley, TERC, Inc. Anthony Leiserowitz, Yale University Caroline Lewis, Climate Literacy Network Kimberly Lightle, Ohio State University Russanne Low, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies Claudia Ludwig, Institute for Systems Biology Laura Lukes, National Science Foundation James Mahoney, consultant Edward Maibach, George Mason University Katie Mandes, Pew Center on Global Climate Change

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71 APPENDIX A Carole Mandryk, George Mason University Barbara Mann, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Deanna Matthews, Carnegie Mellon University Sarah Mazze, Climate Leadership Initiative Meghan McAvoy, Ecological Society of America Aaron McCright, Michigan State University Erin McDougal, National Science Foundation Carrie McDougall, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Katie McGaughey, National Science Foundation Gerry Meisels, University of South Florida Douglas Meyer, Ocean Project Elizabeth Mills, American Meteorological Society Pritidhara Mohanty, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Margaret Mooney, University of Wisconsin–Madison John Moore, National Science Foundation Bruce Moravchik, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Teresa Mourad, Ecological Society of America Rick Mueller, U.S. Department of Agriculture Lynne Murdock, National Park Service Diane Murphy, Federal City Communications, X PRIZE Foundation Bonnie Murray, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Frank Niepold, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Jacob Noel-Storr, Rochester Institute of Technology Emma Norland, Cedarloch Research LLC Eric Norland, U.S. Department of Agriculture Dave Oberbillig, U.S. Department of Energy Robert O’Connor, National Science Foundation Lina Oliveros, Ecological Society of America Felix Ortiz III, Green University Janet Peace, Pew Center on Global Climate Change Jean Pennycook, National Science Foundation Georgia Polacek, James Madison University Amanda Purcell, National Research Council Miriam Quintal, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research James Rattling Leaf, American Indian/Alaska Native Climate Change Working Group Vera Rexhepi, National Council of Science and the Environment Cassandra Reyes-Jones, George Washington University Joshua Rosenau, National Center for Science Education Mary Ann Rozum, U.S. Department of Agriculture Chantel Sabus, National Science Foundation David Sanford, American Association of Port Authorities Joel Scheraga, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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72 CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION GOALS, AUDIENCES, AND STRATEGIES Jennifer Schwarz, Chicago Botanic Garden Theresa Schwerin, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies Clark Seipt, SysTem for Analysis, Research and Training (START) Falon Shackelford, Howard University Thomas Sheffer, National Park Service Jennifer Shieh, Koshland Science Museum, National Academy of Sciences Erika Shugart, Koshland Science Museum, National Academy of Sciences Viviane Silva, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Rebecca Smith, Mississippi State University William Solecki, Hunter College Mike Specian, Christine Mirzayan Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Program, The National Academies William Spitzer, New England Aquarium Walter Staveloz, Association of Science-Technology Centers Peggy Steffen, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Paul Stern, National Research Council Carol Stoel, National Science Foundation Martin Storksdieck, National Research Council Nicholas Sundt, World Wildlife Federation Bonnie Sutton, POWEROFUS Foundation Vic Sutton, Emaginos.com Greg Symmes, National Research Council Jason Taylor, consultant Carolyn Teich, American Association of Community Colleges Laura Tenenbaum, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Ann Marie Thro, U.S. Department of Agriculture Mike Town, National Science Foundation Elizabeth Tran, National Science Foundation Will Travis, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission Kate Von Holle, British Embassy Carolyn Voorhees, University of Maryland School of Public Health Elizabeth Walsh, University of Washington Toby Warden, National Research Council Cynthia Wei, National Science Foundation Ming-Ying Wei, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Caroline Weiler, National Science Foundation Jill Wertheim, American Association for the Advancement of Science John Whitler, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Carl Wieman, Office of Science and Technology Policy Ted Willard, American Association for the Advancement of Science

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73 APPENDIX A Carolyn Wilson, National Science Foundation Joe Witte, WJLA TV and George Mason University Elizabeth Wolzak, National Geographic Society Karen Yuen, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Amy Zeller, National Research Council

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