The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication conducts research on how the public understands, perceives and acts on information about climate change. They use this data to inform educators and communicators about the most effective methods for reaching their audience.
The “2012 Six America's Report” is one of the most widely read of their reports. They have published extensive articles including the recent "How to Communicate the Scientific Consensus on Climate Change: Plain Facts, Pie Charts or Metaphors?" and "The Role of Emotion in Global Warming Policy Support and Opposition." These article are available for free on the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication website.
Yale Climate Connections offers blog posts and audio diaries.
- Communicating Climate & Conservation