Tag: Communication

The Uncertainty Handbook, A Practical Guide for Climate Change Communicators

The Uncertainty Handbook

Have you ever struggled with the communication of climate change uncertainties? Are you frustrated by climate sceptics using uncertainty – inherent in any area of complex science – as a justification for delaying policy responses? Then The Uncertainty Handbook is

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New Publication on Multi-Stakeholder Engagement and Communications for Sustainability

Multi-Stakeholder Engagement and Communications for Sustainability

In the world of sustainability mega-trends, have partnerships become little more than a buzzword? CatalySD Group shares their latest publication Multi-Stakeholder Engagement and Communications for Sustainability: Beyond Sweet-Talk and Blanket Criticism – Towards Successful Implementation.

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Evaluation of NSW Who Cares about the Environment? research

Evaluation of Who Cares About the Environment (1994-2012)

Every three years since 1994, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) has conducted a survey to track trends in public environmental views, priorities, knowledge and actions. A 2014 independent evaluation assesses the impact and value of the research

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World Ocean Observatory

World Ocean Observatory

The World Ocean Observatory is dedicated to information, education and public discourse about the ocean defined as an integrated global social system.

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Urban Environment News celebrates ten years

Ten years ago today, on 30 May 2004, Urban Environment News began life as the Australian Urban NRM Network with the support of the former Sydney Metropolitan Catchment Management Authority. The Australian Urban NRM Network was established in recognition of the need

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Guidance on communicating climate change around extreme weather

New research suggests extreme weather events like the recent UK floods do not necessarily make people more concerned about climate change. The Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) argues in the report After the Floods, Communicating Climate Change Around Extreme

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