Communicating Climate Science

Communicating Climate Science and was taught to upper level undergraduate students in the fall of 2020. This course is a study of techniques used to effectively communicate scientific knowledge with a focus on climate science. This is done with three overarching topics: reading and comprehending scientific papers, critically interpreting science news from the media, and communicating complex climate science to a general audience. View the full course syllabus in the above link.

Molly Erin Menzel
Molly Erin Menzel
Climate Scientist

Graduate student at Johns Hopkins University studying atmospheric dynamics.