Dr. Wie Yusuf recently co-edited a book on Communicating Climate Change: Making Environmental Messaging Accessible that focuses on how experts, advocates, and institutions make climate change information accessible to different audiences. Several chapters in this book use examples from Hampton Roads to illustrate issues and stories of flooding and sea level rise.

SLR Stories is a "story mapping project with the purpose of collecting stories and perspectives from residents of coastal communities and merge them with visualizations of sea level rise and flooding based on the most current scientific projections."

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Communicating Climate Change: Making Environmental Messaging Accessible, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf (Editor) and Burton St. John III (Editor)

Book Chapters


Risk Management and Biases in How Drivers Respond to Nuisance Flooding, Saige Hill, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf, Burton St. John III, Pragati Rawat, and Carol Considine


Communicating and Co-Producing Information with Stakeholders: Examples of Participatory Mapping Approaches Related to Sea Level Rise Risks and Impacts, Pragati Rawat, Khairul A. Anua, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf, Jon Derek Loftis, and Ren-Neasha Blake


Risk Communication in the Tourism Industry, Lindsay E. Usher and Ashley Schroeder


Engaging Residents in Policy and Planning for Sea Level Rise: Application of the Action-Oriented Stakeholder Engagement for a Resilient Tomorrow (ASERT) Framework, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf, J. Gail Nicula, Daniel P. Richards, Ogechukwu Agim, Michelle Covi, and Khairul A. Anuar



SLR Stories, Daniel P. Richards and Sonia Stephens