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What should the aim of engagement on climate change be? What principles should underpin the way it is carried out? What do climate communication practitioners agree on and disagree on?

This new report acts as a barometer for the current state of UK climate engagement and provides best practice recommendations.

Part of our collaboration on The Climate Communication Project and funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), it brings together the key findings from a survey of 178 climate communicators and a one day 'expert elicitation' workshop.

In particular, the report explores what climate communication practitioners agree on and disagree on:


Podcast: How to communicate the science of climate change

Listen to science communicator and poet Sam Illingworth, one of the report's authors, share key insights and recommendations from the report.

Video: two ClimateAdams talking climate!

Our Research Director Adam Corner has a starring role in this video by Youtuber ClimateAdam, commissioned by the Climate Communication Project. It was released to coincide with GreenGB Week and the IPCC's new 1.5C report. The video has won a comedy & climate award from the University of Colorado Boulder's Inside the Greenhouse.

How (Not) to Talk About Climate Change gives some simple light-hearted tips on how to broach the subject with friends and family.

Photo credit: Chris Harvey

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