Tag Archives: Dan Kahan

Why Information Isn’t Enough to Solve Climate Change

For some time, climate communicators have focused on giving people the facts about climate change. If people just understood the science behind climate change, the logic goes, then they would surely support solutions to address the problem. But the story is actually much more complicated, says a recent article in The New York Times. People […]

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How to Talk About Climate Change: Tips From the Experts

Over the past decade, social scientists have learned a good deal about how to talk about climate change, and how not to talk about it. If any one truth has emerged, says a new segment on Marketplace it’s that climate change communication is a lot more nuanced than anyone used to think. But experts have […]

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