Did you know that when we attempt to correct climate misinformation we often inadvertently reinforce that misinformation? New research from Gale Sinatra, the USC Rossier School of Education’s Stephen H. Crocker Chair, professor of education and psychology, and associate dean for research, will show us how to navigate this issue in a one hour online session open to all next month.
Sinatra’s presentation kicks off the Center for Climate Journalism and Communication’s program series, “Research to Reality,” which will surface the most critical climate communications research journalists, scientists, students, and others need to advance our efforts against climate change. The second session features Wändi Bruine de Bruin, provost professor of public policy, psychology, and behavioral science at USC. Bruine de Bruin will discuss the latest findings on public perceptions of climate change and severe weather, and more.