Who Are You Calling Anti-Science?

Those who reject vaccines or the climate consensus often embrace other legitimate areas of research.

5 Climate Communication Studies to Get You Ready for COP21

As the COP21 Paris negotiations on the climate wind up, the world waits to see whether our leaders will take the necessary steps to prevent catastrophic climate change. Climate advocates from around the globe have been taking – and continue to take – extraordinary steps to mobilize in hopes of pressuring political leaders to do the right thing. But regardless of the outcome of the Paris talks, the work on climate change will go on.

3 Spooktacular Studies On Using Fear In Your Next Campaign

Halloween is just around the corner, which means that all the ghosts and ghouls will be coming out to play. But research suggests that fear isn’t just fun on Halloween – it can actually be a surprisingly effective emotion for encouraging action on social problems. These three studies show you how your communications campaign can […]

Building Stronger Relationships Between Environmentalists And Faith Communities

Yesterday, Pope Francis headed to the White House as part of his historic first tour to the United States. There, he urged Americans to act on climate change. Research tells us what steps environmentalists can take to build stronger relationships with faith communities.

5 Ways to Bridge the Divide Between Religion and Science

How do you bridge the divide between science and religion? Here are 5 studies that answer questions such as “why do people deny scientific evidence” to “how do you turn skeptics into believers?”

6 Ways To Use Emotion In Your Campaigns, According To Research

Over the last year we’ve compiled a variety of studies for frankology that show different ways emotions can be used to support change efforts. Check out these 6 findings on ways to use emotion in your work.

Why It’s In Your Best Interest Not To Touch The Mute Button

Exposure to diverse political views on social media may actually be making us more politically moderate–and even interested in hearing viewpoints different than our own.