Communicating Climate Change: A Guide for Educators
- Fairness and accuracy
- Action orientation
- Instructional soundness
Communicating for climate change is a great book for environmental educators who want to teach about climate change. The first chapter is a quick overview of climate change science for high school or college students, which can be used to teach students climate change basics. Educators will appreciate the discussions of framing climate change and understanding the interplay between psychology and how a person thinks about this topic. Real life vignettes and stories of environmental educators will help the reader put themselves in the shoes of the educators described in the book.
This book is a guide in talking about climate change. It explains why it is diffucult to explain to others, using psychology for context. One chapter includes examples of metaphors and analogies to teach about climate change, which help people visualize the complexities of this topic.
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