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Understanding values & worldviews critical to communicating climate change

The latest from Climate Outreach and a new blog on understanding your audience better.

Tube stations at high risk of flooding

Tube stations at high risk of flooding Few infrastructure assets are as vulnerable to flooding as the London Underground. Some of the busiest stations are at the highest risk of major disruption during heavy storms, with the risks increasing over time as the climate changes. A fascinating, if mildly terrifying read… TfL recognise the risks […]

Mapping Twitter conversations, & climate change in the press

New communications research from the Carbon Brief on Twitter and the editorial stance of UK national newspapers.

Scientists must challenge inaccurate reporting

Lord Krebs argues that we should take authors of inaccurate reports to task.

Extreme heat – hot cities & risks in the workplace

As periods of extreme heat become more frequent, new studies focus on heat stress for workers, and the impacts of heat in cities.

Community-based adaptation case studies from OPOE

Two new case studies from our colleagues at Our Place on Earth.

The adaptation future is bright…

Find out more on our contribution to Adaptation Futures conference in Rotterdam.

Power & politics in climate change adaptation

CCAF find that power in adaptation is often far from the people in need of help.

Natural catastrophes in 2015

Munich RE’s annual review examines the cost and impacts of natural hazards.

ARCC & CIBSE at Green Sky Thinking week

A green infrastructure design challenge and a improving wellbeing with sensory gardens .