American Museum of Natural History Presents: How to Talk About Climate So Your Friends Will Listen
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What do family, friends, and others in our community think about climate change? Our assumptions may be based on snap judgments about people’s perceptions of this crisis based on our personal, political, and social biases. To effectively speak about climate change with others, we must understand the science behind it, perceptions of the key issues, and willingness to act on information. Join Jennifer Marlon and Anthony Leiserowitz from the Yale Program for Climate Change Communication for a discussion about perceptions of climate change across the nation and to learn how to become better climate change communicators.
Venue: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West a 79th Street
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