Monthly Archives: September 2011

On September 7, 2011, we held a telephone press conference. With events like Hurricane Irene, the Texas drought and the Midwest floods, 2011 has already set a record for billion dollar weather disasters. In this context, leading climate scientists briefed … Continue reading

Recent weather events such as deadly heat waves and devastating floods have sparked popular interest in understanding the role of global warming in driving extreme weather. These events are part of a new pattern of more extreme weather across the … Continue reading

Director Susan Hassol recently spoke and led climate science communication workshops at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California. After her visit, she spoke with the Center for Climate Science’s Sharon Ray. Read her interview at the NASA JPL website … Continue reading

For our latest featured video, we asked our team of science advisors what they felt the public most needs to know about climate change. Here are some of their responses.  

Welcome to the new home of Climate Communication. This site was created to publicize and illuminate the latest climate science in plain language. We hope this site will be a resource for journalists and the general public who are interested … Continue reading