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This review is written for climate experts dissatisfied with current approaches for contributing to societal responses to climate change. Cutting across multiple disciplines, we review the origins and nature of the knowledge deficit model, showing that it is the underlying basis for how experts imagine and conduct their interactions with publics. Our review will challenge climate experts by demonstrating that educative approaches such as ‘information transfer’, ‘education’, and ‘communications’ are inadequate if their goal is to influence behaviour by publics. We demonstrate that the prevailing means of contributing to socio-scientific controversies available to experts are crippled, not by public indifference or ignorance, but by experts’ allegiance to the assumption that information will prompt behaviour change. While educative approaches will inevitably be part of how experts interact with publics, the long-standing intransigence of publics in the context of climate change suggests a need to broaden the scope of approaches experts are willing to undertake. We propose relationship building as an alternative that avoids resuscitating the deficit model.
This image will be published alongside the paper in a highly-respected journal. It should be 'conservative and clean' rather than 'cartoon-y or funny'. This will be read and seen by some of the world's leading experts on climate change (that's the audience), but that doesn't mean boring or that you cannot be creative (I know... I want everything!).