Conversation training for health / medical students
Having genuine conversations about climate change is one of the most effective ways to make climate change feel personal to people.
In fact, evidence shows that the younger generation telling their parents why they care about climate change can increase concern in the older generation.
With a federal election coming up next year, this summer will be a great time to talk to parents, aunts, uncles and grandparents about the health impacts of climate change, and why you care about it.
Health and medical students are invited to a Climate-Health Conversation Training, run by the Climate and Health Alliance.
At this training, you’ll learn:
- Why medical students are such powerful messengers for climate
- Step-by-step guidance on how to have this conversation
- Tips and tricks for overcoming potential conflict
- How these conversations contribute to the wider climate-health movement