From public skepticism about anthropogenic warming, to the role that scientists can play as messengers, these resources tackle the challenge of communicating about climate science.

 

The resources in this collection explore the attitudes and values of politically conservative individuals toward climate change and energy issues. The public opinion trends outlined in these surveys and studies can help guide communications and public engagement strategies that bridge partisan divides.

It isn't news that climate change is a politicized hot-button issue with partisan divisions. The resources in this collection examine the political dynamics at play when communicating about climate change and mobilizing support for strong climate policies.

The resources in this collection explore how cultural values relate to public opinion on climate change and why understanding this connection is a key component of effective communications.

Given the magnitude of climate impacts, it can be easy to focus on the problem without offering realistic alternatives. The resources in this collection offer guidance on how to engage audiences in concrete solutions and illustrate the ways in which clean energy sources are already available and relevant to our lives.