How do scientists communicate with the public during natural disasters, such as lava flows?
The Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network (CLEAN) sets an example for how scientific, technical, education, and outreach communities can work together to increase climate literacy.
Scientists across every field and discipline should be able to communicate effectively and work together with different people and groups.
Scientist-authored opinion articles provide scientists a way to directly connect with the general public.
The National Earth Science Teachers Association connects scientists with educators, students, and the public.
Before teaching scientists to communicate with the public, they should learn how to communicate with each other.