Desastres antinaturales: Resource Hub

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Click the buttons below to view free content to save and share, including our latest narrative guidance, downloadable unbranded content, informational campaigns & additional resources. To highlight the link between fossil fuel pollution and climate change, we encourage you to use #UnnaturalDisasters around extreme weather events.

The latest message research & what works

As climate change intensifies extreme weather this summer, research shows that half of Americans perceive this trend as a “natural change,” rather than what it really is: a fossil fuel pollution problem

Without this connection, too few can point to the real solutions – in fact, less than half of Americans see systemic change, like transitioning away from fossil fuels, as the solution to preventing worsening extreme weather.

But with the right messages, we can help people understand how climate change already impacts the people and places we love today, and we can dramatically increase support for action on the right solutions.

Unnatural disasters are
destroying what we love

Fossil fuel pollution intensifies devastating weather events.
These weather events are not natural.
They are unnatural disasters.

They’re hurting the people and places we love. 
Right here, right now.

Later is too late to speak up on climate. 
Join the millions demanding smart climate policies.


To see more of the research, download our full guide below.
We encourage you to share this messaging with your audiences.


Help spread the word:
These disasters are unnatural.

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More than a headline
Look beyond the headlines to see the human consequences of unnatural disasters.

More than a headline

This is climate change
The signs are all around us. So are the solutions.

This is climate change

Enough heat
Enough is enough. Share the solutions.

Enough heat

Enough flood
Enough is enough. Share the solutions.

Enough flood

Enough talk
Enough is enough. Share the solutions.

Enough talk


Additional resources

For more information and ways to engage,
check out these resources from our partners:

Climate Central

Climate Shift Index

Find the science-proven way to attribute this summer’s extreme heat to climate change.

Revealing the influence of climate change on local weather around the globe, every day.

Yale Climate Connections

Extreme Weather Hub

Discover how people across the country are reacting to the reality of climate change.

Science Moms

Visit for actions you can take to address unnatural disasters.

Extreme Weather Survivors

Extreme Weather Survivors

A nation-wide community of people harmed by extreme weather. Join us to share learnings, support one another, and do everything we can to stop this from happening to more families.


Quick Facts

Get the latest science in plain language to connect the dots between climate change and various types of extreme weather: heat waves, hurricanes, drought, wildfires, torrential rain and flooding, and more.

Potential Energy + Climate Central

Guide for reporting on natural disasters

Share this guide with weather reporters and meteorologists looking for science-backed information on climate change and extreme weather events.

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Share our Science Moms work below.

Science moms
In Memoriam

Science moms
Explainer: Flood

Science moms
Explainer: Wildfire

Science moms
Explainer: Drought

Science moms
Explainer: Heat

Science moms
Explainer: Clean Energy

Communications Guide

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