Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Animated graphics from Climate Communication
The folks at Climate Communication have created short animations to walk viewers through ten graphics that are often used to communicate climate science. For example there is an animation that is used to describe the Keeling curve in the chapter titled heat-trapping gases. Each animation is accompanied by background information and is placed within the context of a larger story; the content on the site is organized into three sections: Our Climate is Changing, How it Will Affect Us, and What We Can Do? Additional resources for educators are also available.