News Release 11-062
Communicating Uncertain Climate Risks
In wake of recent shifts in public opinion, researchers analyze climate change communication
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The authors of a recent Perspectives piece in the journal Nature Climate Science say it is not enough to intuit the success of climate communications. They contend the evaluation of climate communication should be met with the same rigor as climate science itself. Here, someone uses the 220 megapixel HiPerWall display at the University of California, San Diego to discuss 10 time varying Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change simulation runs.
Credit: Falko Kuester, California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Calit2), University of California, San Diego
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