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    It’s possible to facilitate informative and empowering conversations about climate change.  This video is about a project that grew from an idea into a network of more than 170 organizations working to do just that. Informal science education...
    This MessageMemo presents the Strategic Frame Analysis® that the FrameWorks Institute conducted on behalf of the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI), supported by the National Science Foundation. To support climate...
    A deeper understanding can change attitudes to and judgments about appropriate and accessible solutions. L earn more about gaps and holes —and discover ways to bridge them and fill them in with productive communications tools. 
    This video was created by the incomparable Hannah Pickard, to share the story of NNOCCI, and the impact we've had thus far. As our message of hopeful, solutions-oriented climate communications spreads, we have developed a community of 'framing...
    This resource was developed by PINEMAP and Project Learning Tree and the full lesson plan can be accessed for free ( CLICK HERE ). You'll have to create an account, but it's free. We modified the activity for easy printing (and if you need to...
    This video was provided by the Bell Museum. This animation describes the carbon cycle and how it is affected by human activity. It was featured in the Sustainable Shelters exhibit at the Bell Museum of Natural History at the University of Minnesota...
    FrameWorks Institute 2017 brief entitled, "Expanding Our Repertoire"
    Learn more about effective tools for changing the climate and ocean chemistry change conversation in these reframe cards developed by the FrameWorks Institute. These reframe cards include tested values (Protection and Responsible Management) and...
    Ninth circuit court of appeals rules that  scientists can draw on long-range climate projections to determine whether a species should be listed as threatened. Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/environment/article110407662.html...
    In 2015, the Pacific Ocean anomaly known as the Blob greatly influenced the temperature and mixing of the surface ocean water. This was a contributor to the largest ever recorded bloom of algae that produce domoic acid. There are links from future...
    Here's a fabulous video from the Marine Mammal Center on Climate Change, the ocean and marine mammals!
    Recommendations from NNOCCI on how to make your climate change communications clearer and more effective

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