Monthly Archives: May 2014

Hank Campbell, writing on, has written a post highlighting some key points from Susan Hassol and Richard Somerville’s 2011 article in Physics Today, “Communicating the Science of Climate Change.” He writes, “Richard Somerville and Susan Hassol have some recommendations for … Continue reading

David Ropeik, writing in a guest blog for Scientific American, calls the 2014 National Climate Assessment a “masterful piece of science and risk communication.” He singles out Climate Communication Director Susan Hassol, senior science writer of the report, in particular, … Continue reading

Nine new videos have been released alongside the 3rd U.S. National Climate Assessment (NCA). These videos were produced by The Story Group, in cooperation with Climate Communication. They reveal some of the many ways that climate change is affecting the … Continue reading

The third U.S. National Climate Assessment was released May 6, 2014 at the White House, and the full report can be explored on an interactive website. Climate Communication Director Susan Hassol is the Senior Science Writer of the report, as … Continue reading

Climate Communication Science Advisor Katharine Hayhoe (recently named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People) was interviewed by Chris Mooney on the Inquiring Minds science podcast (previous guests on Inquiring Minds have included Science Advisors Kevin Trenberth and Jennifer Francis). … Continue reading