It's Time to Communicate about Climate Solutions

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It's Time to Communicate about Climate Solutions

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How can we help visualize #climatechange solutions? @Cone's @JSSustain explains: #susty #communications

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Monday, September 21, 2015 - 10:25am


In the lead up to Climate Week in New York and the climate talks in Paris this fall, there has been an outpouring of compelling graphics and videos illustrating the human causes and eventual dangers of climate change including, “What’s Really Warming the World,” “How Many Brutally Hot Days You Will Suffer When You’re Old”  and an animated map of what Earth would look like if all the ice melted.

These visuals help to raise the alarm about climate change, which happens very slowly, and is mostly caused by invisible greenhouse gasses. However, the American public is already aware of the facts. A 2014 study showed that the majority of Americans already believe in global warming, and support funding for renewable energy and regulation of CO2 as a pollutant.  

So what actions can we take, or are we already taking, that can mitigate climate change and enable human prosperity? Here are some positive illustrative examples pointing to a more livable future:

Emphasizing solutions and benefits is one of the top ten tips in a recently revised, free guide on communicating effectively about climate change

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Keywords: Environment & Climate Change | Climate Week | Cone | Energy | renewable energy