EVIDENCE-BASED REPORTS, CUSTOM WORKSHOPS, AND WEBINARS CRAFTED FOR CLIMATE COMMUNICATORS.

Relevant, high-quality resources are key to helping climate communicators make their voices heard. 
Explore our practical, evidence-based reports, guides, and webinars.

Re.Climate grew out of a collaboration between several climate communication groups. This resource library consolidates content produced through these industry partnerships.

What Do Canadians Really Think About Climate Change in 2024?

Canadians are starting to connect the dots between environmental concern and climate action. However, there’s confusion and skepticism about the available solutions for climate action and support for specific climate policies is low.

What Do Canadians Really Think About Climate Change in 2024?

Canadians are starting to connect the dots between environmental concern and climate action. However, there’s confusion and skepticism about the available solutions for climate action and support for specific climate policies is low.

Global Burning

Climate change and wildfires have been receiving increasing coverage in the national media. Yet media stories rarely mention the causes of climate change or why we need to eliminate—not just reduce—emissions.

What Do Canadians Really Think About Climate Change in 2023?

An overwhelming majority of Canadians support clean energy, but misinformation is creating confusion and uncertainty about particular solutions.

Who Are Albertans, Anyway?

Albertans are supportive of an energy transition. What they want is a real discussion about pace and timing.

What Do Canadians Really Think About Climate Change in 2022?

Canadians overwhelmingly say they are concerned about climate change and opinion is crystallizing at the “very concerned” end of the spectrum.

Inside Out: Climate, Equity, and Narrative in Canada

Climate change and social equity cannot be separated.

Talking Climate in the Time of COVID-19

Nurturing caring values, communicating in a pandemic.

How Climate Won in the U.S. Election: Lessons for Canadians

Why climate change surged into the U.S. election cycle and lessons for Canadian elections.

Climate Change in the Canadian Media

The national media has a major influence on policy-makers and influencers and plays a big role driving public debate.

Engaging Women on Climate

Workshops focused on sharing the latest research and strategies for engaging women on climate.

Climate Communications Playbook

The majority of Canadians are increasingly concerned about climate change and are willing to engage in a conversation about the transition away from fossil fuels.

Communauté de Pratique en Communication Climatique

Join the Communauté de pratique en communication climatique.

The Communauté de pratique en communication climatique brings together more than 300 Quebecers from various sectors and organizations, including environmental, youth activist, and citizen groups, unions, and members of the health care sector to communicate about climate-related issues affecting Quebec, Canada, and the world.

Join the group for climate-related media watches, workshops and peer discussions, and training and insights from communications experts.