Climate communication, often known as climate change communication, is a branch of environmental and science communication concerned with the causes, nature, and consequences of human-caused climate change. Climate change communication appears to be about teaching, informing, warning, persuading, mobilising, and solving this vital problem on the surface. At a deeper level, our various experiences, mental and cultural models, and underlying beliefs and worldviews all influence how we communicate about climate change. The field's research began in the 1990s and has since expanded and varied to encompass media studies, conceptual framing, and public interaction and response. Since the late 2000s, a growing number of research focusing on climate communication with marginalised communities have been done in developing nations. The majority of study focuses on increasing public awareness, understanding underlying cultural values and emotions, and encouraging public participation and action.