California water providers’ climate change awareness divided between groundwater and surface water providers.
A recent paper provides a step-by-step guide to for coproducing actionable science.
Positive messages about climate change might not lead people to lower their carbon footprints, study finds.
Accepting the evidence for climate change might not be necessary to get people to respond to climate impacts. A new study looks at what this means for homeowners preparing for wildfires.
Social scientists and climatologists team up to give Idaho residents and resource managers the data they need to respond to climate change.
Adapting to climate change is an involved process that requires hand-in-hand collaboration among climate researchers, policymakers and stakeholders (citizens, businesses, organizations and tribes, to name a few). How’s this going in practice? Not so well, according to a study published in the American Meteorological Society. A team of researchers whose goal is helping stakeholders prepare for…