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How to Communicate With Conservatives About Climate Solutions

Building a strong, widespread base of support for climate solutions means engaging all Americans on climate issues, whether they’re liberal, conservative, or somewhere in between. A message that resonates with one group may not resonate with another – that’s why it’s vital to tailor the message so it connects with the personal identities, values, and […]

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Are Your Visuals Undermining Your Climate Message?

The power of an image to engage and inspire people is enormous – but if you don’t choose the right visual, you run the risk of alienating rather than appealing to your audience. For example, polar bears were once the poster children for climate change – who doesn’t want to help an adorable polar bear, […]

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5 Ways to Engage Millennials on Climate Action

Millennials are the largest and most diverse generation in America – which means they have the potential for enormous influence, both in the voting booth and in the marketplace. Surveys have found that the vast majority of Millennials prefer a candidate who supports clean energy, and nearly three out of four say they would pay […]

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How to Talk About Climate Change at the Thanksgiving Dinner Table

One of my favorite parts of Thanksgiving is spending time with my family, especially extended family members whom I don’t get to see often enough. Our time together includes the usual Thanksgiving traditions – eating specially prepared food (I’m bringing my signature apple pie this year), watching football, and taking a walk between the main […]

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