This two day conference, supported by the University of Exeter Medical School and Irish Environmental Protection Agency brought together a diverse range of specialists to discuss best practice in the visualisation of climate change data.
World leading communicators, designers and academics were in attendance and shared recent design and research developments in the field, particularly focusing on the use of visual communication for information and motivation.
As part of the conference, an evening exhibition invited members of the public to engage with a number of visualisations, widening participation in the event and provoking debate.
This page serves as a resource of information and will be updated as new outputs are published.
Visualising climate change: it’s all in the mind
Prof Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science at UCL, presented on climate, visualisation and storytelling:
Communicating advocacy with data visualisation
Showcase of work and presentation on how to tell a story to engage your audience, by Wesley Grubbs, CEO of Pitch Interactive, Inc in California, USA:
Empowering Communities: Making climate change local and exploring alternative future visions
Prof Stephen Sheppard, University of British Columbia, on how visualising the impacts of climate change on local communities, along with visual depictions of adaptation or mitigation, can be a very useful to drive local engagement in vulnerable areas: