The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (YPCCC) maintains a website with extensive information on its projects that study the psychological, cultural, and political factors that shape public opinion and behavior regarding climate change.
The YPCCC uses surveys, experiments, interviews, statistical models, maps and participatory GIS, among other methods for its research. Users can browse through the website to learn about the studies conducted at global, national, and local scales.
The YPCCC website has a page for publications, consisting of public reports, peer-reviewed journal articles, and climate notes. There is a page for visualizations and data that the user can with filters for the format, themes, and date of the information they would like to find.
For educators who teach grades 6–12, the YPCCC has materials that were developed based on recommendations from educators across the United States. They aim to immerse students in climate change issues in an accessible, digestible, and interactive way.
Educators can find teaching resources on the site using filters that organize the resource by its type of presentation and the learning material’s difficulty level.
There is also a page with news and events.
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