Practical resources

The practical resources that aim at skills development, from writing for popular science magazines to giving public talks and engaging with social media in the context of climate change, were identified and analyzed. The type, data released, organization, purpose and aim, summary and description, skills, an overview of the points relevant to the project, and evaluation were analyzed for each practical resource.

Practical resource 1: UNESCO-UNFCCC Webinar Series

Type

Webinar Series

Aim

This webinar series fosters education, raises public awareness, and increases participation in climate change action. The target audiences include youth and science communicators and science educators with interest in climate change action and education.

Skills

This series will allow science communicators to use their knowledge about climate change education in their communication.

Weblink

UNESCO-UNFCCC Webinar Series | UNFCCC

Practical resource 2: Climate Communications Training

Type

Webinar (online workshop)

Aim

Aid NGOs and grassroots organizations to effectively communicate their objectives and goals. The communications training is directed to people that work in Third Sector organizations and is also interesting for people that want to learn how to clearly communicate their objectives and goals. 

Skills

Participants will develop a communications toolkit, and communicating on social media will also be covered. Participants will also learn how to create effective narratives on renewable energy.

 

Weblink

Climate Communications Training – Climate Action Network (climatenetwork.org)

 

Practical resource 3: Principles for effective communications and public engagement on climate change

Type

Handbook

Aim

The handbook provides guidance on how to communicate more effectively about climate change through engaging the public by using impactful, effective and evidence-based communication. The target audience are IPCC scientists, but the handbook will also be useful to other scientists.

Skills

How to be a confident communicator that can connect with the audience. The Climate Visuals project offers a set of tools for effective communication in the visual medium.

Weblink

Climate-Outreach-IPCC-communications-handbook.pdf

Practical resource 4: Engagement toolkit

Type

Handbook

Aim

This resource will aid the reader to find the best solutions to design effective participatory processes. It can be used by the European Food Safety Authority and also by other target audiences, such as science communicators, to find a wide array of examples of different engagement methods and also a lot of best practices of these engagement methods.

 

Skills

Design effective participatory processes.

 

Weblink

engagement-toolkit.pdf (europa.eu)

 

Practical resource 5: RRI Tools – fostering Responsible Research and Innovation

Type

Toolkit collection and practical guide

Aim

The search engine of RRI Tools contains the resource types Tools, Inspiring Practices, Projects, and Library Elements. RRI provides tailored information for policymakers, the research community, the education community, civil society organizations and businesses and the industry.

 

Skills

This resource is a collection of useful resources that can be used to develop many different skills. One example is learning to design public engagement activities about climate change.

 

Weblink

Search engine – RRI Tools (rri-tools.eu)

Public Engagement – RRI Tools (rri-tools.eu)

RRI+Tools.+A+practical+guide+to+Responsible+Research+and+Innovation.+Key+Lessons+from+RRI+Tools (rri-tools.eu)

Practical resource 6: Engage2020 Action Catalogue

Type

Online decision support tool and digital Anthology

Aim

The Engage2020 Action Catalogue aims to provide scientists, science communicators and communicators with various methods that will help them to facilitate public engagement in order to enhance involvement and inclusion.

Skills

The target audience will learn how to set up and do inclusive research by providing information on a wide array of public engagement.

Weblink

ActionCatalogue – methods

Engage2020 Anthology eBook: engage2020.eu/media/Engage2020_withVideo.pdf

 

Practical resource 7: Education and Training on climate change: Good Practices

Type

Various types of good practices on website

Aim

Inspiring scientists, educators and professional science communicators with local and regional stories and examples of education and training on climate change.

 

Skills

This resource gives examples about good practices in action for climate empowerment, how to develop educational material on climate change and about how to include climate change education and media outreach in the curriculum.

 

Weblink

Education and Training:Good Practices | UNFCCC

Practical resource 8: UNFCCC Science Resources

Type

Various resources on website

Aim

This resource provides information portals and sources of scenario data on the topic of climate change. Furthermore a list of climate services and policy support is provided. Both of these compilations are of interest for scientists and professional science communicators.

 

Skills

The information portals and sources of scenario data can be used by scientists and science communicators to substantiate their articles and socials on the topic of climate change with up-to-date data and information.

Weblink

UNFCCC Topics | UNFCCC

Information portals and sources of scenario data | UNFCCC

Climate services and policy support* | UNFCCC

Practical resource 9: Climate Change Knowledge Hub

Type

Knowledge hub

Aim

The aim of the Climate Change Knowledge Hub (CC-Hub) is to aid countries in delivering on their climate and sustainable development goals by enhancing their knowledge and capacity. The target audience is everyone that is involved in or interested in gaining knowledge to deliver on those goals.

 

Skills

Knowledge on migration, agriculture and climate can be obtained.

Weblink

Knowledge Hub | Climate Change | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (fao.org)

Collections – Resources on Climate Change (fao.org)

Learning corner | Climate Change | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (fao.org)

 

Practical resource 10: CARE Climate & Resilience Academy

Type

Online Courses, Learning Journeys and Trainer Packs

Aim

The aim of CARE Climate & Resilience Academy is to take action on the climate crisis and to build knowledge for global change mainly by empowering poor and marginalized people. The target audience are scientists, science communicators and also employees of organizations that are involved with climate change and resilience.

Skills

This resource will aid the user to better understand the climate crisis. The user will also learn how to perform climate vulnerability assessments in order to be able to develop and implement climate-sensitive policies, plans or programs.

 

Weblink

CARE Climate & Resilience Academy – CARE Climate Change

Practical resource 11: Designing Effective Science Communication

Type

Online course

Aim

The aim of this course is to provide the necessary knowledge and skills in order to effectively communicate science to diverse audience and, particularly, the general public.

Target audience: scientists, science educators, science communicators.

Key competences: the course aims to improve and enhance participants’ understanding on the basic principles of science communication, as well as their capacity to design and implement effective methods of science communication.

Skills

The content of the course intents to achieve the following objectives in terms of participants learning:

– consider principles of human learning when designing science-related outreach activities

– compare and contrast modalities for science communication

-identify common pitfalls when designing and implementing science communication activities

– practically design a science communication activities based on the principles learned by taking the course.

Weblink

https://www.coursera.org/learn/designing-effective-science-communication

Practical resource 12: BRITEC – Citizen Science Toolkit

Type

Toolkit

Aim

This online and freely available toolkit contains various examples of IT tools and resources that can be used to engage students in research and science during class. The toolkit was developed in the framework of the BRITEC project, funded by the Erasmus+ programme, which aimed to train and support school teachers to introduce new ways of engaging students in science during classroom, as well as motivate students to increase their interest in STEM subjects.

Skills

The Toolkit contains various tools, which addresses core aspects for deigning a citizen science project:

●      Co-creation

●      Data collection

●      Data transfer

●      Data analysis

●      Presentation of results

●      Sharing information

●      communication

Weblink

https://britec.igf.edu.pl/?page_id=407

Practical resource 13: Science Communication Toolkit: Telling the Story of Science

Type

Toolkit

Aim

This toolkit aims to engage Transition Year Students in Ireland (i.e. students who take an optional one-year school programme, as part of a three-year school cycle) in science, through communication and sharing of knowledge.

Target audience: Teachers and Transition Year Students.

Key competences: the Toolkit introduces the concept of science communication  to students and aims to increase their knowledge and passion for science.

Skills

The Toolkit comprises six units, targeting both teachers and students, each containing practical activities, reading materials, videos, and additional resources. The six units focus on: 1) storytelling; 2) humor; 3) body language; 4) audience participation; 5) language tricks; 6) creativity

Weblink

https://www.britishcouncil.ie/famelab/sci-com-toolkit

Practical resource 14: Communicating Science: GIVING TALKS

Type

Guide

Aim

This comprehensive guide aims to provide advice and practical insights for preparing and delivering talks focusing on scientific topics.

Target audience: Scientists, science communicators

Key competences: the guide aims to improve and enhance scientists’ capacity to deliver effective talks and develop conversations with the audience, on a given scientific matter.

Skills

The guide offers the opportunity for scientists and science communicators to improve their capacity in preparing and delivering engaging talks and presentations regarding their chosen scientific topic. The topics covered in the Guide include: the art of speaking, developing structured presentations, preparing talks, speaking skills, using technology as an asset, handling audiences’ questions, managing unexpected occurrences during the talk/presentation, promoting one’s work during the talk/presentation.

Weblink

https://www.scribd.com/doc/34887738/Communicating-Science-Giving-Talks-Second-Edition?_ga=2.240285827.1635854875.1665384006-1108978688.1665140785#download

Practical resource 15: Soph talks science

Type

Online Blog

Aim

Soph talks science is an online blog created by a former molecular biologist and science communicator.

Target audience: general public.

 

Key competences: the blog aims to inspire, educate, and entertain interested readers in various science topics, thus increasing their understanding about research and science and engage them effectively through online communication.

Weblink

https://sophtalksscience.com/scicommtoolkit/

Practical resource 16: Women in Science

Type

Podcast

Aim

“Women in Science” is a series of podcasts, provided by the University of Oxford in collaboration of OxFEST, aiming at promoting and empowering women in their scientific careers.

Skills

Each podcast deals with a different subject or topic, specifically:

●      women in engineering

●      ambition for leadership

●      gender gap in STEM

●      creativity

●      confidence

Weblink

https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/series/women-science

Practical resource 17: Lost Women of Science

Type

Podcast

Aim

Lost Women of Science Initiative is a non-profit educational organization with two missions: a) to share the personal stories of women who made groundbreaking scientific achievements, and b) inspire girls and young women to pursue a career in the STEM field.

 

Target audience: general public

 

Key competences: the organization aims to inspire and increase public’s knowledge regarding women’s achievements in science, and especially STEM.

Weblink

https://www.lostwomenofscience.org/

Practical resource 18: The uncertainty handbook

Type

Handbook

Aim

This handbook aims to offer practical and easy-to-apply principles for smarter communication about climate change. The handbook was developed by Climate Outreach, a group of leading specialist in climate change communication, which aims to bridge the gap between research and practice.

Target audience: science communicators focusing on climate change, campaigners, policy-makers.

Key competences: increase the capacity of science communicators to deal with climate change uncertainties and climate sceptics.

Skills

The Handbook offers 12 practical principles that science communicators, campaigners, and policy-makers can apply in order to deal with climate change uncertainties:

1) Managing audience’s expectations

2) Starting with the things you know

3) Be clear about scientific consensus

4) Shift from ‘uncertainty’ to ‘risk’

5) Be clear about the type of uncertainty you are communicating

6) Understand the divers behind people’s views about climate change

7) The most important question for climate impacts is ‘when’, not ‘if’

8) Communicate through images and stories

9) Highlight the ‘positives’ of uncertainty

10) Communicate effectively about climate impacts

11) Engage in conversations, not arguments

12) Tell a human story, not a scientific one

Weblink

https://climateoutreach.org/reports/uncertainty-handbook/

Practical resource 19: Communicating on Climate Change

Type

Guidelines

Aim

The United Nations has published a set of guidelines for effectively communicating climate change. Target audience: science communicators focusing on climate change. Key competences: the guidelines aim to increase communicators’ capacity to mobilize and educate audiences regarding climate change action.

Skills

The guidelines focuses on a set of 4 main principles:
1)
Use authoritative scientific information, my double-checking resources and relying on accurate and valid information.

2) Convey the problem and the solutions, through sharing stories and empowering people

3) Mobilize action, through conveying the urgency to take action, engaging youth, and communicating issues relevant to communities.

Weblink

https://www.un.org/en/climatechange/communicating-climate-change#:~:text=Communicating%20on%20climate%20change%20is,cultural%20contexts%2C%20and%20underlying%20values

Practical resource 20: The Debunking Handbook

Type

Handbook

Aim

This handbook aims to counter misinformation and debunk myths about any field or area, through focusing on research findings and expert advice.

Target audience: communicators

Key competences: the Handbook increases communicators’ capacity to address myths that reinforce popular opinions and increase their knowledge on the backfire effects misinformation can cause, and ways to avoid them.

Skills

The Handbook contains information on a variety of topics, categorized in 4 parts:

Part 1: Misinformation can do damage; Where does misinformation come from?; Misinformation can be sticky; Sticky myths leave other marks

Part 2: Prevent misinformation from sticking if you can; Simple steps to greater media literacy; The strategic map of debunking; Who should debunk?

Part 3: The elusive backfire effects; Role of worldview in belief confirmation

Part 4: Debunk often and properly; Collective action: Debunking on social media.

Weblink

https://www.climatechangecommunication.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/DebunkingHandbook2020.pdf

Practical resource 21: Communicating the climate crisis

Type

Website

Aim

The website tries to empower state and local policy makers, business leaders, and advocates with the information, resources, and networks they need to make these policies a reality in the climate crisis. Media shaped public discourse in this issue so the website counters their influence by engaging the public with creative, science-based information.

Target audience: scientists, science communicators, communicators lacking experience in science communication

Key competence: reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, mainly issues related to climate change and the gender gap in STEM

Skills

Skills in writing and oral presentation, making videos for social media and YouTube and engaging the public.

Weblink

https://climate-xchange.org/

https://climate-xchange.org/communicating-the-climate-crisis/

 

 

Practical resource 22: Engaging the Public on Climate Change

Type

Website

Aim

The resource can introduce the approach of building public engagement,

The target audience: scientists, science communicators,

Key competences: develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action

Skills

The resource could be an inspiration for building public engagement on climate change. The various case studies are presented and can help to understand how to involve public as well as how to present the findings.

Weblink

https://www.centreforpublicimpact.org/europe/engaging-the-public-on-climate-change

 

Practical resource 23: Project Curious: Explore the art of science

Type

Website

Aim

Using art as the tool to foster the understanding of science and believe in it.

The target audience: public. Key competences: reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science.

Weblink

https://www.projectcurious.eu/

Practical resource 24: Fakta o klimatu (in Czech language – „Facts about climate“)

Type

Website

Aim

The resource will be helpful to present the topic to people in the Czech Republic because it is in Czech language and it presents very objective, scientifically based findings.

The target audience: scientists, science communicators, students, public, stakeholders

Key competences: develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action, reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science

Weblink

https://faktaoklimatu.cz/ (in Czech)

Practical resource 25: Science Communication

Type

Website

Aim

The target audience: very broad (all groups of audience)

Key competences: Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science;

develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science in various spaces; develop an understanding of how public engagement can benefit scientists careers.

Weblink

https://www.edx.org/course/science-communication

Practical resource 26: Hello SciCom

Type

Website

Aim

Hello SciCom combines science communication and comedy to help science and tech-oriented people get their message across. Hello SciCom is dedicated to furthering scientific literacy by making science and technology fun, engaging, and accessible.

Weblink

https://www.hellosci.com/

Practical resource 27: Online deník Alarm (in Czech language)

Type

Newspaper webpage

Aim

The resource will be helpful to present the topic to people in the Czech Republic because it is in Czech language and it presents very objective, scientific based findings. The target audience: public, science communicators. Key competences: develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action

Weblink

https://a2larm.cz/tema/klima/

 

Practical resource 28: Is climate change actually being taken seriously?

Type

Podcast

Aim

The target audience: public, science communicators

Key competences: develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action

Weblink

Is climate change actually being taken seriously? – YouTube

Practical resource 29: Gender Equality and Human Rights in Climate Action and Renewable Energy

Type

e-learning (on-line course)

Aim

The target audience: very broad (all groups on the stakeholder level)

Key competences: develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science.

Weblink

https://unccelearn.org/course/view.php?id=142&page=overview

Practical resource 30: The Climate Question BBC World Service

Type

Podcast

Aim

The target audience: public and science communicators

Key competences: develop knowledge about evolution of species in present time; develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science

Weblink

BBC World Service – The Climate Question, Can animals evolve to deal with climate change?

Practical resource 31: Gender Equality and Human Rights in Climate Action and Renewable Energy

Type

MOOC (online course)

Aim

Τhe target audience:

–               policymakers,

–               government officials,

–               renewable energy service providers and officials of financial institutions in renewable energy entrepreneurship

–               other stakeholders/ individuals working/ interested in the fields of climate change, renewable energy and gender equality

Key-competence: Develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, mainly issues related to climate change and the gender gap in STEM, in various spaces (popular science magazines, newspapers, websites, social media, TV, radio, TEDx talks, science festivals etc.)

Skills

–               Use of tools and approaches for gender equality in renewable energy and climate action

–               Identify and promote opportunities and funding sources for addressing gender representation in the renewable energy sector

–               Identify and promote opportunities for women’s participation in climate change decision – making and action

–               Appy tools and techniques to develop, implement and monitor a gender action plan, turning policy objectives into implementable action

Weblink

https://unccelearn.org/course/view.php?id=142&page=overview

Practical resource 32: TILclimate Podcast

Type

Podcast

Aim

Τhe target audience:

non expert audience

Key-competence:

Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science

Skills

Use of a  different way of science communication (podcast).

Weblink

https://climate.mit.edu/tilclimate-podcast

Practical resource 33: Climate Change Education, Science, and Action

Type

Online course

Aim

Τhe target audience:

Cooperative Extension Educators, Master Volunteers, state and local government, land-trusts and other non-profits, and others interested in an introduction to climate change science and in how to communicate effectively about this important topic.

Key-competence:

Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; Improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action

Skills

This online course provides opportunities to participants to take part and reflect on climate change actions.

Weblink

https://www.civicecology.org/course-cc

Practical resource 34: Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation & Vulnerability

Type

Animation video

Aim

Τhe target audience:

non expert audience

Key-competence:

Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science

Skills

This practical resource could be used as a means of informing a specific target group about the effects of Climate Change.

Weblink

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7jpMG5DS4Q&ab_channel=AJ%2B

Practical resource 35: Gender inequality is showing up... in climate change

Type

TEDx Talk

Aim

Τhe target audience:

non expert audience

Key-competence:

Develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, mainly issues related to climate change and the gender gap in STEM, in various spaces.

Skills

Science communicators could use this practical resource to show  how climate change and major policy changes affect women in agriculture.

Weblink

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPigdDzBDOE

Practical resource 36: From Climate Science to Action

Type

MOOC

Aim

Τhe target audience:

non expert audience

Key-competence:

Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; Improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action

 

Skills

This online course provides opportunities to participants to realize that they have to take action both on an individual and in societal level.

Weblink

https://www.coursera.org/learn/climate-science?action=enroll

Practical resource 37: Impacts of Climate Change (UCAR)

Type

Site

Aim

Τhe target audience:

non expert audience

Key-competence:

Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; Improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action

 

Skills

Everyone has access to this site and can study different aspects of Climate Change. It provides specific data about the phenomena, which could be studied. The data derives from research. So the science communicators could use this practical resource, in order to help and show to non expert audiences to understand this type of information.

Weblink

https://scied.ucar.edu/learning-zone/climate-change-impacts

Practical resource 38: Climate Action (United Nations)

Type

Site

Aim

Τhe target audience:

non expert audience

Key-competence:

Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science

Skills

Through this site, someone could have access to information about Climate Change phenomenon.

Weblink

 ttps://www.un.org/en/climatechange/what-is-climate-change

Practical resource 39: Network Climate Action: Scaling Up Your Impact

Type

Online course

Aim

Τhe target audience:

Environment, climate, and education professionals, volunteers, university students, or other climate concerned citizens from any country.

 

Key-competence:  Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; develop an understanding of how public engagement can benefit scientists careers.

Skills

This online course provides opportunities to the  participants for taking climate change actions focused on the reduction of  greenhouse gases and for reflecting  on these actions. In addition, participants can acquire skills regarding engaging more people in such actions.

Weblink

 https://www.civicecology.org/nca

Practical resource 40: The Climate Animation Explorer

Type

Data animation

Aim

Clim-EX (Climate Animation Explorer) is a tool for visualising and viewing meteorological data and weather forecasts which will help understanding African droughts. This tool bridges the gap between the layperson and scientific meteorological experts making the viewing of this data enjoyable and aesthetically pleasing.

Weblink

https://devpost.com/software/clim-ax-5shq09

Practical resource 41: The climate question

Type

Podcast

Aim

In the podcast, the authors investigate why the climate crisis is happening, what we can do about it, and what is holding us back from taking action.

Target audience: non-expert audience. Key-competences: Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science

Skills

This resource can be useful to develop skills of science communication, journaling (because the podcasts are basically interviews to experts), and engagement with social media.

Weblink

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w13xtvb6

Practical resource 42: Science Communication MOOC

Type

MOOC

Aim

The course explains the importance of science communication and provides tools to acquire or improve communication skills in the field of science.

Target audience: scientists, professional or beginners science communicators, educators, anyone interested in the relationship between science and society in the 21st century (no prerequisites).

Key-competences: Reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science in various spaces; develop an understanding of how public engagement can benefit scientists careers.

Skills

This resource can be useful to develop and improve science communication skills and writing skills.

Weblink

https://www.edx.org/course/science-communication

Practical resource 43: Toolkit for science communicators and trainers

Type

Presentation

Aim

The purpose of this project is to support scientists in delivering their message and improving their communication skills.

Target audience: scientists, science communicators

Key competences: reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science in various spaces;  improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action; develop an understanding of how public engagement can benefit scientists careers.

Weblink

https://questproject.eu/download/presentation-toolkit-for-science-communicators-and-trainers-pdf/?wpdmdl=17551&refresh=632b31d0717d31663775184

Practical resource 44: Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion in the Museum Space

Type

Poster – Checklist

Aim

Target audience: museum communicators

Key-competences: develop an understanding of how public engagement can benefit scientists (predominantly female scientists) careers.

Skills

Inclusive skills (active listening, openness)

Weblink

https://questproject.eu/download/checklist-diversity-equality-and-inclusion-in-the-museum-space/?wpdmdl=15928&refresh=632b32027d2411663775234

Practical resource 45: Science Communication on Social Media

Type

Guide

Aim

This guide aims to provide scientists and science communicators with practical advice on how to use social media as a tool for spreading knowledge.

Target audience: scientists, science communicators

Key-competences: develop an understanding of how public engagement can benefit scientists careers.

Skills

Engaging with social media

Weblink

https://questproject.eu/download/science-communication-on-social-media-good-practices/?wpdmdl=4720&refresh=632b32537595c1663775315

Practical resource 46: New Rules: New Game

Type

Guide

Aim

The purpose of this resource is to change attitudes of people towards climate change.

Target audience: scientists, science communicators

Key-competences: develop writing and oral skills needed to communicate science, mainly issues related to climate change, in various spaces; improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action.

Weblink

https://futerra-assets.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/New_Rules_New_Game.pdf

Practical resource 47: Mainstreaming Gender in Mitigation and Technology Development and Transfer Interventions

Type

Guidelines, capacity-building package

Aim

The purpose of this resource is to raise awareness among policymakers on gender mainstreaming in climate change actions.

Target audience: policymakers, practitioners working on integrating gender into climate change.

Key-competences: reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; develop writing and oral skills, mainly issues related to climate change and gender.

Skills

This document can be useful to guide in the writing of climate change and gender policies.

Weblink

https://www.undp.org/sites/g/files/zskgke326/files/publications/Mainstreaming%20Gender%20in%20Mitigation%20FNL2.pdf

Practical resource 48: Communicating climate change: A practitioner’s guide - Insights from Africa, Asia and Latin America

Type

Manual and Guideline

Aim

The purpose of this manual is to offer practical advice on communicating climate change.

Target audience: climate change communication practitioners.

Key-competences: reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; develop writing and oral skills, mainly issues related to climate change; improve understanding of the factors causing distrust towards scientists and disengagement with science and climate action.

Skills

Communication skills

Weblink

https://cdkn.org/sites/default/files/files/CDKN-Communicating-Climate-Change-guide-2019-revised-version.pdf

Practical resource 49: Gender and Urban Climate Policy

Type

Handbook

Aim

The purpose of this handbook is to provide examples and resources useful for drafting inclusive climate policies.

Target audience: policy decision-makers, consultants, practitioners in climate change.

Key-competences: reflect critically on the social, historical, cultural and ethical dimensions of science; develop writing and oral skills, mainly issues related to climate change and gender.

Skills

 This handbook can be useful to guide in the writing of climate change and gender policies.

Weblink

https://gendercc.net/fileadmin/inhalte/dokumente/8_Resources/Publications/Guidebook_Gender_and_Urban_Climate_Policy_June_2015.pdf

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