Presenters are now trained to offer Al Gore’s solutions-based presentation
On June 26, 27 and 28, 2010, 115 Canadians travelled to Nashville, Tennessee, for a presenters training with the Honourable Al Gore. These Canadian presenters were joined by no less than 600 other presenters, from 26 countries. The Climate Project Canada was very pleased to welcome 70 new presenters to the family, who were all chosen for their impressive experience and knowledge related to climate change, as well as their speaking abilities.
During the three days, Nobel Laureate Al Gore, scientist Dr. Henry Pollack, the National Wildlife Federation President, M. Larry Schweiger, as well as the editor of Climate Progress, Dr. Joseph Romm offered a remarkable look into the science and solutions to climate change to all in attendance.
Additionally, the presenters benefited from an interactive and entertaining presenter skills training session offered by the Anthony Wilson, Director of Executive Influence.
Following the conclusion of the training, Canadian presenters returned home to prepare new presentations using the materials provided to them by Mr. Gore. They are now ready to receive presentation requests from colleagues, students and friends to present them the most recent developments in climate change science and technology, as well as every day solutions that can be adopted and applied to reduce respective carbon footprint.