An academic study that finds a public health framing is most likely to elicit support for climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Strategies for local health departments to communicate about climate and health.
This toolkit consists of eight modules for health professionals and students in the health care and public health sectors who want to engage more directly on the issue of climate change as educators.
A library of up-to-date localized graphics on how climate change is impacting communities across the United States.
A primer on why public health professionals should be communicating about climate change and how they can do it in the most effective way.
An academic study on Americans’ understanding of the health impacts of climate change.
Academic study providing evidence on the effectiveness of health framing in climate change communication.
A toolkit for using social media to communicate about the health impacts of climate change.
These maps show how Americans’ climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, and policy support vary at the state, congressional district, metro area, and county levels.