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 concerns, values, and cultural identity.
We'll be releasing a guide developed with partners in Tunisia soon, and a guide developed with partners in the broader Middle East and North Africa region in Spring 2021.
Reports & guides
Videos & podcasts
What will It take to prioritise climate change?
Inter Press Service - India
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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