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Environmental sciences/Climatology/Climate change

A webinar series hosted by the AAAS Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Issues (EPI Center) offers insight on how nature-based solutions can help mitigate the impacts of climate change.

Sea level rise, methane emissions and the intricacies of attributing extreme weather events to climate change are just a few of the climate-related topics addressed in resources created by SciLine, the free service based at AAAS that connects journalists and scientists with the goal of imbuing journalism with scientific evidence.

How We Respond is just one of many efforts of AAAS’ Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology to communicate the facts of climate change.

Researchers and communicators shared new data and insights during a scientific session on improving community resilience to extreme heat and a workshop on climate change conversations.

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