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In order for people to become motivated and empowered to adopt the needed changes to reduce environmental threats, they must be able to interpret and respond to information. The impact of communications on behaviour varies dramatically based on how the communication is developed and delivered.
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Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (Columbia)
Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED) (2014)Connecting on climate: A guide to effective climate change communication.New York, NY: Earth Institute and Columbia University.
George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication
Let's Talk Health and Climate: Communication Guidance for Health Professionals
Psychology for a safe climate
Managing the Psychological Distance of Climate Change.
Moser, S. (2016).Reflections on climate changecommunication research andpractice in the second decade ofthe 21st century: What more isthere to say?WIREs Climate Change 2016. doi: 10.1002/wcc.403
'The Uncertainty Handbook'
Yale project on climate change communication