A guide to the science of climate change communication

This resource is a workshop with information and practical exercises that will give you knowledge of the science of climate change communication, and the confidence to apply this knowledge in practice with non-academic audiences. It is designed for all researchers across the physical, natural and social sciences.

There is a wealth of scientific evidence for climate change – enough to fill five IPCC reports – but there is much less focus on how to communicate climate change research to the public.

Researchers are therefore often unsure or unconfident about how best to communicate with non-academics.

With the new UNFCCC target of keeping global temperatures to less than 2°C above pre-industrial averages, and the consequences of high-end climate change becoming better understood, climate experts should be engaging their publics.

But how? These webpages for researchers across the physical, natural and social sciences takes up this challenge.

You will gain knowledge of the science of climate change communication, and the confidence to apply this knowledge in practice with non-academic audience


Go the full guide here.