Scientists ground their work in the best possible evidence, and Climate Outreach believes the way that scientists and science communicators engage with the public should be based on the same approach.

The latest of their Science Communication resources is a report which summarises and synthesises key trends, themes and findings in the field of environmental science communication.

It introduces the key organisations involved in international science communication, discussing their changing role in a period characterised by political polarisation and lost faith in expertise.

The report also explores and provides insight into progress that has been achieved, challenges that remain, and gaps and opportunities for further research.

This new resource complements their three existing practical guides for better climate science communication, detailed below: one designed for IPCC scientists, one for early career researchers, and one focused on how to better communicate climate science uncertainty.

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