Our IPCC Communication handbook was kindly translated into Italian by volunteers. This handbook represents the first time such guidance has been produced for the world’s leading scientific body on climate change, the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change).
Just like the IPCC reports themselves, the way IPCC authors engage with the public should be based on the best available evidence. With a wealth of research on the science of climate change communication and a focus on practical tips and case studies, this handbook serves as a valuable resource for IPCC authors – as well as the wider scientific community – to engage audiences with climate change. The handbook sets out six principles for effective communication, and is available in Italian.