Curious Climate
Curious Climate
July 9, 2023

Research published

Curious Climate and Curious Climate Schools are not just engagement projects - they're also important research helping us to understand best practice for science communication.

We've recently published several journal articles, as well as some pieces in The Conversation. And there are more articles on Curious Climate Schools currently in peer review, so watch this space!

Kelly, R., J. Nettlefold, D. Mossop, S. Bettiol, S. Corney, C. Cullen-Knox, A. Fleming et al. 2020. Let’s talk about climate change: Developing effective conversations between scientists and communitiesOne Earth 3(4): 415-419.

Murunga, M., G. T. Pecl, E. M. Ogier, P. Leith, C. Macleod, R. Kelly, S. Corney, I. E. Van Putten, D. Mossop, C. Cullen-Knox, S. Bettiol, P. Fox-Hughes, C. Sharples, and J. Nettlefold. 2022. More than just information: what does the public want to know about climate change?. Ecology and Society 27(2):14.

Nettlefold, J. and Pecl, G.T., 2022. Engaged journalism and climate change: Lessons from an audience-led, locally focused Australian collaborationJournalism Practice16(1), pp.19-34.

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