Saturday, 20 April 2019

How To Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen



by Katharine Hayhoe CHATELAINE
Railway tracks damaged by severe flooding in
High River, Alberta, 2013. Photo by Resolute.

As a climate scientist, I've been called everything from a charlatan to the handmaiden of the Antichrist. Here's how I handle the tough conversations. 

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