Communicating Climate

These resources are relevant for climate change communication.

Global Weirding
Finally, Global Weirding is a YouTube channel featuring Dr. Katharine Hayhoe. In this space, she talks about climate issues through various lenses from the Arctic to developing countries and geoengineering to natural cycles. Dr. Hayhoe uses solid...
Advocates can make progress on polarized issues by finding new ways into engaging people in different perspectives, rather than trying to knock down the front door with a barrage of facts.
This study by the FrameWorks Institute explores expert and the UK public views of the ocean and marine conservation and “maps the gaps” between them. It includes strategic communications recommendations that environmental advocates can use to...
George Mason University video on critical thinking and climate change
Last year, 4C researcher John Cook published a study exploring inoculation as a strategy to counter misinformation. He found that misinformation can be neutralized by explaining the techniques or fallacies used to...
This short video describes the NNOCCI network and the national impact they are having on hope and self-efficacy as it relates to climate action. It’s possible to facilitate informative and empowering conversations about climate change.  This video...
Article on Dissenter Arguments Inventory
This manuscript discusses the development of the Anthropogenic Climate Change Dissenter Inventory (ACCDI). Authentic dissenter messages were used to develop an instrument that gauges individual’s “buy-in” to misinformation. Through principal component...
Check out the link above for some words of encouragement for the current climate action situation from the Executive Director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Julie Packard. “ We stand with leaders in California , and other states and nations,...
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. 

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