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2007
Ed Maibach and Connie Roser-Renouf came to George Mason University to create Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication.

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2019
The Climate Matters program recruited its 625th TV weathercaster and other local journalists. The program reached 200.

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New report: Building a clean energy economy will create 25 million good new jobs in communities across the US, and… t.co/61EU5TptLW

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TV weathercasters, supported by Mason research, are increasing Americans' understanding of climate change… t.co/h2PSf2CdHO

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P.s. This was my first-ever attempt at a Twitter thread. I now see that I have a thing or two to learn about comp… t.co/Vhnkr8ugdQ

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Therefore, my new and improved mantra for effective public communication is: Simple clear messages, offered with co… t.co/WmeELxv22F

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We may be able to speak to members of our own tribe effectively without demonstrating kindness & compassion, becaus… t.co/J95ZXbd25P

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