Communicating Climate Risk: A Toolkit

04 October 2022, Version 3
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The Communicating Climate Risk toolkit draws together best practice on the effective communication of climate information from across STEM, social sciences, and arts and humanities. It provides users with insights, recommendations, and tools for all forms of climate-related communication and decision-making, and identifies open problems.


climate risk
environmental humanities
decision-making under uncertainty
tipping points
climate finance

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