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Genevieve Guenther: “Keywords for a New Climate”

By September 30, 2019October 1st, 2019No Comments

Why is there not a bigger movement of people demanding our governments take action on climate change? Part of the problem is that we talk about climate change in ways that uphold the ideals of the fossil-fuel system we’re trying to transform. Using the words “uncertainty,” “cost,” “resilience,” and “we” as examples, Dr. Guenther will discuss how to think and talk about the climate crisis in ways that mobilize political action.

Genevieve Guenther, Ph.D. is Affiliate Faculty at the Tishman Environment and Design Center at The New School and the founder and director of End Climate Silence.

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