Adding Certainty to Communications on Climate Change

[:en]George Marshall from COIN has sent us a guide to communicating on the topic of climate change.

Uncertainty has become an argument for discrediting climate science and for delaying policy responses – but if communicated effectively, it can be a stimulus for action.

A compact and comprehensive new guide to communicating uncertainty aimed at scientists, campaigners and policy-makers,

The Uncertainty Handbook: A practical guide for climate change communicators distills expert advice and key research findings into practical and easy-to-apply techniques for effective communication. It is a collaboration between the Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) and the University of Bristol.

The handbook was authored by Dr. Adam Corner (COIN), Professor Stephan Lewandowsky (University of Bristol), Dr Mary Phillips (University of Bristol) and Olga Roberts (COIN).

To learn more and discuss the content with the authors, register here for our webinar on Wednesday 9 September. They will send you details closer to the date.



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