AAAS has built a significant toolkit for both STEM professionals and the general public to learn about climate change, what’s going on, and why.
The rapid changes seen at Earth’s poles could impact every corner of the globe, panelists said at a 16 June Congressional briefing co-organized by AAAS. A related event and film screening highlighted Antarctica's increasing vulnerability to global warming, tourism, and geopolitical pressures.
When discussing climate and other scientific topics, scientists shouldn’t shield public audiences from complexity — but they don't need to bombard them with data either, experts said at the AAAS Annual Meeting.
Science, technology, and policy can help address new challenges and opportunities presented by Arctic melting, experts said at the AAAS Forum on Science & Technology Policy.