Toward Consensus on the Climate Communication Challenge

Toward Consensus on the Climate Communication Challenge

On October 26–27, 2015, a meeting was held at the American Association for the Advancement of Science headquarters in Washington, DC to discuss the state of research into public attitudes and behavior about climate change. Participants included social science researchers who study public opinion and behavior about climate change (researchers) and those who fund, design, and execute public engagement, informal education, and communication initiatives (practitioners). This report summarizes the conclusions expressed by the participants.

Download the full Report here.

An Op-Ed regarding this report can be read on the Huffington Post.

About the Author

Tom is founder and CEO of Bowman Change, Inc., a consultancy dedicated to helping organizations reap the benefits of working with purpose—making social issues and environmental change central to their missions.