ES2.1Communication and media
|Convener: Tanja Cegnar|
Wednesday, 5 September 2018
Room E IV
Chairperson: T. Cegnar
The evolution of communicating the uncertainty of climate change to society. An study of IPCC synthesis reports
Australian experience with on-line communication tools for probability-based climate products
mary voice, andrew watkins, and sally lowenstein
Copernicus Climate Change Service - information products for climate communication (solicited)
Communicating Climate Change: How to avoid a melt down, while noting that this is not a political science!
Surveying climate change knowledge and perception among the local population: a fruitful low cost experience carried out employing the assets and media of a local weather forecast service
Federica Flapp, Stefano Micheletti, and Sergio Nordio
EMS Outreach & Communication Award 2018 - Online course: Come Rain or Shine
Does the Commission for Climatology need a communication strategy and why?
EMS Broadcast Meteorologist Award 2018 - Evelyn Cusack
The use of Climatology in Forecast Communication
Evolution of TV weather forecasts in the last thirty years
The best of two worlds: How to get the effort of science and media to build a strong communication channel for weather forecasts. Case study of yr.no.
Hans Olav Hygen, Heidi Lippestad, and Eivind Martinsen
EMS TV Weather Forecast Award 2018
The Magazine ”Vejret” from the Danish Meteorological Society (DaMS) - an example of good practice.
Publications overview and discussion