Archive Innovative methods for communicating climate information

  • By Pablo Suarez, Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre
  • 02/08/2016

Games for a New Climate: Experiencing the Complexity of Future Risks - Pardee Center Task Force Report, November 2012 November 2012 (110 pages)Games for a New Climate TF Official-1 Download the PDF version: http://www.bu.edu/pardee/publications-library/2012-archive-2/games-climate-task-force/

2 August, 13:00 UK time (GMT+1) / How can we help people and organizations understand the meaning, value and limitations of forecasts about future climate and weather conditions? In this webinar we will learn about innovative, game-enabled approaches that are helping people and organizations experience the challenges and opportunities of connecting forecasts, decisions and consequences - with examples from rural Ethiopia to the White House.

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