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Top experts lead this exploration of tools, tips, and resources for taking your climate reporting to the next level.

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Climate change is the biggest story of our time. Get the tools you need to tell your climate stories and become a master climate journalist.

Explore learning modules led by leading climate scientists and communicators.

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Katharine Hayhoe, PhD

Prof., Dept. Political Science, Director, Climate Center, Texas Tech University

@KHayhoe

Marshall Shepherd, PhD

Prof. & Director, Atmospheric Sciences, University of Georgia

@DrShepherd2013

Kim Cobb, PhD

Prof. & Chair, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences; Director, Global Change Program, Georgia Tech

@coralsncaves

Chuck Kutscher, PhD

Fellow & Senior Research Assoc., Renewable & Sustainable Energy Inst., CU Boulder

@ChuckKutscher

Susan Joy Hassol

Director, Climate Communication; analyst and author

@ClimateComms

Edward Maibach, PhD

Prof. & Director, Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University

@MaibachEd

Bernadette Woods Placky

Chief Meteorologist, Climate Central, Director, Climate Matters

@BernWoodsPlacky

Adam Terando, PhD

Research Ecologist, USGS; Southeast Climate Science Center, Adj. Prof., Applied Ecology, Faculty Fellow, Geospatial Analytics, NCSU

@ATerando

Aparna Bole, MD, FAAP

Assoc. Prof., CWRU School of Med.; Medical Director, Community Integration, UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

@DrAparnaBole

Scott Denning, PhD

Prof., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

@airscottdenning

Marilyn Brown, PhD

Interim Chair & Prof., Sustainable Systems, School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech

@Marilyn_Brown1

Mustafa Santiago Ali

Vice President of Environmental Justice, Climate & Community Revitalization at National Wildlife Federation

@EJinAction