CLIMATE ACCESS BLOG

January 29, 2016
Cara Pike

Working as a clinical psychologist, Per Espen Stoknes grew weary of seeing the negative impacts of a sick economic system on people’s lives and well-being. This sparked his interest in exploring how economic worldviews and metaphors shape our culture and relationship with nature. Now trained as an economist as well, Stoknes is uncovering barriers to climate action and developing new narratives based on positive solutions.

January 27, 2016
Sutton Eaves

Since Christmas, California’s Porter Ranch methane leak has been making headlines across the United States. We spoke to Dan Cohen of Full Court Press Communications, an Oakland-based public affairs firm, about ways to amplify the full story around this disaster and spur a larger discussion about climate change.

January 22, 2016
Christa Daniels

What role can visualizations and deliberative dialogue play in helping build public concern about climate impacts like sea level rise, as well as support for and involvement in local-level solutions?

January 15, 2016
Meredith Herr

As Director of Research and Content at Climate Access, I have the pleasure of tracking the latest and greatest research related to climate communications and public engagement. As we enter a new year, I have selected not-to-miss resources from 2015 to help shape your outreach efforts over the next 12 months. Three trends emerged from this key research that echo the advice we regularly deliver at Climate Access: Focus on solutions, make it personal and show the concrete benefits of climate action.

January 8, 2016
Sutton Eaves

We’ve heard loud and clear that climate advocates understand the importance of evaluating their work and feeding what’s learned back into campaign strategies. The challenge many face is how to do this well – consistently, efficiently and in support of making measurable change.