Starving bears and snowballs: talking science in a time of denial

People are hard-wired to respond to stories, but climate-denial narratives can be just as compelling as those that convey the facts about global warming. A new collection, "Confronting Climate Change in the Age of Denial," publishing 9 October in the open access journal PLOS Biology, explores the challenges and pitfalls of using stories to communicate scientific evidence around climate change, offering both caveats and potential solutions to telling evidence-based climate change stories that can resonate with the public.

Starving bears and snowballs: talking science in a time of denial

In a world of fake news, how do scientists get their messages across? Stephen Fleischfresser reports.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Cosmos Magazine

Confronting climate change in the age of denial

People are hard-wired to respond to stories, but climate-denial narratives can be just as compelling as those that convey the facts about global warming. A new collection, "Confronting Climate ...

Tue 9 Oct 18 from Phys.org

Another Lewandowsky driven eye-roller: ‘Confronting climate change in the age of denial’

Meh, somehow they think forest fires are a “new” thing, using that imagery to lead with. That, and how to tell stories nobody takes seriously. When it comes to Lewandowsky, there’s ...

Tue 9 Oct 18 from Watts Up With That?

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