Most research on communication and engagement has been carried out in a narrow and fairly unrepresentative set of nations – the US and the UK in particular. We’re working with partners around the world to find language that speaks to their own concerns, values, and cultural identity.
Our recent projects with partners around the world includes working with communities in Alberta Canada, India, and North Africa.
Reports & guides
Videos & podcasts
Launching the first in-depth research work in the Arab region on communicating climate
Indians want ‘jugaad’ not ‘climate justice’, study shows
Alberta project seeks to find common language on climate change
Gobal News - Canada
The fight against climate change down home on the Alberta farm
Based on international social research, Climate Visuals provides seven principles for a more diverse, relatable and compelling visual language for climate change.Visit
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