How to communicate climate change uncertainties well

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.

Our new handbook sets out 12 practical principles for smarter communication about climate change uncertainties.

It is authored by Dr Adam Corner in collaboration with Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, Dr Mary Philips and Olga Roberts.

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Using our unique position as a bridge between research and practitioners, we translate academic knowledge on climate change communication and tailor it to the needs of a wide range of audiences, including NGOs, policy-makers and community groups. We can offer your organisation a range of tailored training and advice to improve the effectiveness of your communication on climate and sustainability issues.

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Communicating Climate Change

Our work on climate change communication gathers the best research evidence  and trans­lates it into prac­tical guides. With a com­pre­hensive and fre­quently updated data­base of aca­demic papers, a reg­ular news­letter, and a blog fea­turing com­ment and ana­lysis from cli­mate change com­mu­nic­a­tion experts, it is the gateway which ensures aca­demics and prac­ti­tioners get the most from cli­mate change com­mu­nic­a­tion research.

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Our work on climate change, migration and displacement explores the complex relationships between the climate change and the movement of people. We coordinate the UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition, a network of refugee, migration and human rights organisations who work together on these issues. We aim to protect and support people who are at risk of displacement linked to environmental change.

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