Communicating flood risks in a changing climate: 9 principles for promoting public engagement
Report and webinar: How can we engage individuals and communities more effectively around flood risks in a changing climate?
Two years on from the wettest winter on record, a new report identifies 9 principles for communicating about flooding in a changing climate.
It is a collaboration between Climate Outreach and Cardiff University, supported by the ESRC, the Climate Change Consortium of Wales and the Sustainable Places Research Institute.
The report represents a powerful statement from a diverse cross-section of experts. It is the result of a workshop which brought together key voices on communicating flood risks including 27 climate scientists, social scientists, representatives from major NGOs and national policy makers who have endorsed the report.
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