Nine health and environmental groups have written to the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection regarding the upcoming proposal to restrict Bisphenol A and structurally related bisphenols of similar concern under the REACH Regulation.
HEAL has produced a science to policy communications toolkit for fellow NGOs and anyone working on clean air advocacy.
In Advocating for clean air: how to communicate the science we cover the importance and potential impact of using recent scientific findings around air quality in our communications efforts.
With this toolkit we hope to provide civil society organisations with the resources to effectively communicate air quality and health science by covering :
– six common frames when crafting air quality advocacy messages
– examples of scientific findings to communicate
– discussion of target audiences and platforms
– dos and don’ts for twitter
… and so much more.
Find the full toolkit here