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In today’s fraught media environment, communicating policy-relevant science is more challenging than ever, and nowhere is this more evident than in the public discourse over human-caused climate change. The Penn Center for Science, Sustainability, and the Media focuses on the challenges and opportunities in communicating climate and environmental sustainability to the public and policymakers.

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Throwing Soup at Art Shifted People’s Views of Climate Protests—But Maybe Not In The Right Way
In mid-October, a pair of climate activists from the group “Just Stop Oil” garnered
Public Disapproval of Disruptive Climate Change Protests
In mid-October, a pair of climate activists from the group “Just Stop Oil” garnered substantial international media attention
TikTok for Climate Change
Social Media Apps are an Underestimated Force for Change

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Extreme Avoidance
Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and star American climatologist Michael E. Mann are
Penn announces it no longer holds direct investments in fossil fuel companies
In the statement, Penn President Liz Magill and Board of Trustees Chair Scott Bok wrote that the University does not hold investments in 200 companies
Throwing Soup at Art Shifted People’s Views of Climate Protests—But Maybe Not In The Right Way
In mid-October, a pair of climate activists from the group “Just Stop Oil” garnered
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