Resources for Having a Conversation about Climate Change
A conversation about climate change that starts close to home can help influence the public perception of science and advance the dialogue around climate change.
AGU has launched a campaign to encourage scientists and the science-interested public to commit to having a conversation with a friend, neighbor, colleague or family member about how climate change is impacting local communities now, or how it may impact communities in the future. Sign on to show your support for speaking up about human-induced climate change.
Below are resources on climate change and science communication. If you know of a good resource to include, please email us at email@example.com.
- AGU’s printable fact sheet on climate change and its impacts.
- AGU’s Position Statement, “Human-Induced Climate Change Requires Urgent Action.”
- Connecting with Community Groups (Sharing Science resources)
- Webinars (Recorded):
- Video: 5 Tips on Communication Climate Science
- AAAS Resources
- American Chemical Society
- American Psychological Association
- Climate Task Force Report: Psychology and Global Climate Change: Addressing a Multi-faceted Phenomenon and Set of Challenges
- Climate Nexus
- Climate Reality Project
- Article: Use This Research-Backed Message To Talk About Climate Change And Health With Anyone
- George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communications
- Global Weirding with Katharine Hayhoe
- NOAA Climate Stewards
- Article: Talking to Children About Climate Change
- Paleontological Research Institution
- Skeptical Science
- National Climate Assessment
- U.S. Global Change Research Program
- Warm Regards Podcast hosted by Eric Holthaus, Jacquelyn Gill, and Andrew Revkin