Futures Forum: Climate change: how dynamic ecology offers hope in a changing world
And in order to engage people - rather than make them feel there's no point anyway - we need to 'frame' the debate in a more engaging way:
Futures Forum: Climate change: the language of framing... "Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change"
... in a more relevant way:
Futures Forum: Climate change: appealing to values and identity >>>>> From 'worthy but dull' to re-framing the debate >>>>>>> It's about: pollution >>> inter-generational debt >>> conserving the local landscape
And certainly to make it more interesting:
Futures Forum: Climate change: make it less boring
It has to become less political:
Futures Forum: Climate change: "Conservatives don’t hate climate science. They hate the left’s climate solutions"
Futures Forum: Climate change: "a badge of political identity in a debate riven by ideological and tribal conflicts"
The narrative needs go beyond feeling that we're all doomed:
Doomsday narratives about climate change don't work. But here's what does | Victoria Herrmann | Opinion | The Guardian