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Communicating climate change

What is the best way to create written or spoken materials that really inspire people?

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Encouraging sustainable behaviour

There is now a great deal of information available about how to promote sustainable behaviours – but it can be confusing identifying the evidence that really matters.

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Communicating climate science

The evidence for climate change is so overwhelming that you might expect the facts to speak for themselves. Unfortunately they don't - which means that using the most effective methods for communicating climate science is critical.

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Uncertainty & the IPCC

The well-respected and influential journal Climatic Change released a special issue on communicating uncertainty in IPCC reports - here are some of the key points.

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Resources for communicating climate change

A comprehensive guide to the best climate change communication resources available online

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How is the UK government promoting sustainable behaviour?

'MINDSPACE' is the UK government's framework for influencing sustainable behaviour. But what does it mean, and does it work?

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Latest blog posts

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A clean, green science machine”

There is a cer­tain irony that the sci­entific com­munity has one of the highest carbon foot­prints. This is mainly down to […]

Mar 27, 2015 No Comments
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From financial to ‘cultural’ divestment

If the divestment movement is to break into the mainstream, we need cultural as well as financial change

Mar 10, 2015 No Comments
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Personal climate stories

How is cli­mate change affecting people around the world right now? Ask a sci­entist this ques­tion, and they will tell you […]

Mar 5, 2015 3 Comments
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Alternating climate impacts: stories about security?

If hosepipe bans follow suspiciously quickly from flood warnings, how can we build a narrative about alternating climate impacts?

Feb 24, 2015 No Comments
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The social consensus on flooding and climate change

A new study finds that those directly affected by floods are more likely to agree climate change is a serious issue - and offers pointers for how to engage the public more effectively around flood risks

Jan 30, 2015 No Comments
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Why its good to laugh at climate change

Can comedy about climate change cut through the social silence?

Jan 22, 2015 No Comments
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