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We were delighted to welcome close to 100 old and new friends for some climate conversations around our new book, Talking Climate: From Research to Practice in Public Engagement on 2 December 2016 in Oxford.
How can an entire US presidential election be fought and won with hardly a mention of climate change? How do we deal with an increasingly post-truth world? What will it take to get a solid public mandate for effective political action on climate change?
Commissioned by Palgrave MacMillan and written by Adam Corner and Jamie Clarke, the book aims to provide a fresh approach to climate change communication: five core principles for public engagement that can propel it out of the margins and into the mainstream.
Adam's presentation of the key insight from the book begins at 8 min 40 sec.