Communicating climate risks is crucial when engaging the public to support climate action planning and addressing climate justice. How does evidence-based communication influence local residents’ risk perception and potential behavior change in support of climate planning?

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    Cheng, C., Tsai, J., Yang, Y. C., Esselman, R., Kalcic, M., Xu, X., & Mohai, P. (2017). Risk Communication and Climate Justice Planning: A Case of Michigan’s Huron River Watershed. Urban Planning, 2(4), 34. doi:10.17645/up.v2i4.1045

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