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Say What? Effectively Communicating Climate Facts and Policy in the U.S.

July 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Wednesday, July 24th at 1pm ET


Science-based, thoughtful policy design is a key component for states to address the intensifying climate crisis, but it’s not the whole picture. In order for climate policy to have the greatest chance for success, states must focus on effectively communicating what’s at stake: the risk of inaction and the health, social, and economic benefits of each policy. 

Communicating complex policy information across different stakeholder groups can be difficult, and not just because of ongoing, decades-long misinformation campaigns by the oil and gas industry. We have the science and policy knowledge and expertise needed to establish robust climate policy, and this must coincide with strategic climate communications. 

We’ve invited a panel of expert climate communicators to dive into the latest research on Americans’ views around climate change and policy, alongside best practices and lessons learned on communicating climate information across communities, policymakers, researchers, and more.

Our expert speakers include:





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