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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. We 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.
Below are resources on climate change and science communication to help you frame your discussion. If you know of other resources we should consider sharing with our community, please email us.
Printable fact sheet on climate change and its impacts.
AGU’s Position Statement, “Human-Induced Climate Change Requires Urgent Action.”
Video: 5 Tips on Communicating Climate Science
American (voter) attitudes on climate change are complex
Climate change gets personal – addressing beliefs, trusted sources, and values
Action on climate change needs our hearts and heads: uniting our faith and science
The Start of the New Academic Year in an Age of “Alternative Facts”
Seven Ways Climate Change Threatens U.S. Population's Health
Rise of Distorted News Puts Climate Scientists on Their Guard
How Will Climate Change Affect the United States in Decades to Come?
Responding to Climate Change Deniers with Simple Facts and Logic
Climate Scientists as Activists
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