The CAN Communication Working Group develops and coordinates communications across the network at global, regional and national levels.

The group coordinates regular strategy meetings and organises media and communications activities including drafting narratives and messages to align the network and execute communication plans ahead of important events and campaigns.

Work also focuses on renewable energy, fossil fuels, financial flows and breaking stories from the frontlines of communities suffering climate disasters. Given the wide range of issues covered, the group coordinates closely with other CAN working groups to refine CAN positions and objectives for public messaging.

Some of the products developed through the group include news releases, videos, media briefings, reactive statements and communications packages.

For more information, contact:

Dharini Parthasarathy, CAN International: dparthasarathy[at]climatenetwork[dot]org

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