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- Connecting with climate scienceProtecting science-based policymaking requires engaging the public, not politicians. Cultural institutions and the arts provide non-partisan platforms for communication that can connect scientific climate change data to people's lives.
- Community action and climate changePresident Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline in 2015 established the viability of grassroots mobilization modelled on the social movement organization Bold Nebraska. This set a precedent for communities fighting energy projects that threaten natural resources and contribute to climate change.
- Assessing temperature pattern projections made in 1989Successful projection of the distribution of surface temperature change increases our confidence in climate models. Here we evaluate projections of global warming from almost 30 years ago using the observations made during the past half century.
- Museums as catalysts for changeAn international coalition of museums could play a critical role in coordinating more effective public communication on and engagement with climate change.
- The visceral climate experienceRepresenting climate change through music and the visual arts anchors it in our culture.
- Connecting with climate science