No, not the river in Egypt
On the most recent episode of Citizens’ Climate Radio the topic of climate denial gets a thorough treatment with multiple voices weighing to consider the phenomenon from various angles.
Professional skier, Angel Collinson shares an important lesson she learned when she bumped into Senator Bernie Sanders in while lobbying in DC. Chilean climate advocate, Andres Forno, reveals how climate denial does not happen in his country at all and explains why he thinks there is no climate denial movement in Chile. Bessie Schwarz from the Yale Program on Climate Communications shares some very important numbers that both encourage and challenge me.
Oh and to round out the conversation, Climate Stew’s own Marvin Bloom puts his two cents in and reveals that there are multiple types of denial out there.
Improve your communication skills and get inspired
If you want to better understand what all the denial is about and how it affects those of us concerned about climate, check out this podcast episode. It will also give you direction, and I believe hope, in going forward with your own climate work.
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