2014 Articles

Engaging Diverse Audiences with Climate Change: Message Strategies for Global Warming’s Six Americas

We are pleased to provide you with an adapted version of our chapter from the Routledge Handbook of Environment and Communication (2014), edited by Anders Hansen and Robbie Cox. In this chapter, we describe Global Warming's Six Americas – six unique audience segments...

A Survey of African American Physicians on the Health Effects of Climate Change

The U.S. National Climate Assessment concluded that climate change is harming the health of many Americans and identified people in some communities of color as particularly vulnerable to these effects. In Spring 2014, we surveyed members of the National Medical...

National Park Service Staff Communication Guide: Knowing & Interacting with Your Audience

Climate change has been identified by Jonathan Jarvis, Director of the National Park Service, as a high priority for the service because implications for management and resource protection are unprecedented. Interns from the Climate Change Communication Internship...

Global Warming’s Six Americas in October 2014: Perceptions of the Health Consequences of Global Warming and Update on Key Beliefs

This report focuses on how each of the Six Americas understands the human health consequences of global warming as identified in the U.S. National Climate Assessment. Download the Report Here.

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