“Climate Excuses” makes you fit for discussions
An exceptional entertainment tool (quiz) based on an MCC study helps you familiarise yourself with the argumentation patterns of climate protection preventers.
Climate Outreach was set up in 2004, with a mission to help people understand climate change in their own voice, and they’ve become Europe’s leading climate communication organisation.
They produce world-leading advice and practical tools for engagement by combining scientific research methods with years of hands-on experience. CO supports governments, businesses, NGOs and grassroots organisations. Their insights illustrate how to engage hard-to-reach audiences – developing climate connection programmes with communities such as youth, the centre-right, faith and migrant groups.
Bridging the gap between research and practice and helping to widen engagement across a broader spectrum of society.
Climate Advoacy Lab – Climate Chat – An everyday guide to the science of talking about climate change. A look at the psychology of climate change: Why Don’t We Care More?
Framing is the choices we make in what we say and how we say it:
- What we emphasise
- How and what we explain
- What we leave unsaid
These choices matter. They affect how people hear us, what they understand, and how they act. Framing helps us to be heard and understood. When we change the story and how we tell it, we can make change happen!
Framing your messages and demands correctly is crucial for acceptance and engagement by your target audience! Planet Placement has a nice comparison: Brutal Truth VS. Beautiful Possibility
Yale Center for Environmental Communication – Yale Climate Connections article: Emphasizing ‘opportunity’ to help bridge divide on climate action
Scientific Journal [DE] about the Science behind the Climate Communiation.