Communicating on Climate Change

Ending This Climate Madness

By Alisa Zomer

Even before the climate negotiations began this week, Typhoon Haiyan sent a message to the world – a message that is still making waves. The strength and trajectory of Typhoon Haiyan was unprecedented, even for the Philippines, an island nation that experiences more disasters than most. In response, the lead Filipino negotiator declared a fast for the duration of the climate negotiations until progress has been made to “stop this madness.”

The "C" Word: Messaging & Communication

In the first of the YCEI/YCELP Policy Speaker Series, Keri Bolding discusses methods of communicating about climate change in an effective, resonating way. She discusses the differences between persuasive and educational communication, results and implications of public opinions research, keys to effectively delivering information and offers suggestions on when to use the term “climate change” in information communication.

Carbon battle lines drawn

The House Energy and Commerce Sub Committee invited Obama administration officials to a hearing Wednesday to discuss proposed new rules to limit carbon emissions.   EPA chief administrator Gina McCarthy and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz were the lone representatives from eleven agencies invited to testify…

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