Our global community is confronting a significant opportunity to change. We understand that protecting what matters to our families: our health and security, special places we care about, and living creatures with whom we share this planet (people and non-human species alike) depends on our collective efforts. Specifically, we need to change our systems that rely on burning fuels.
This is the third in a series about framing ocean and climate change.
Advocates and experts are familiar with common—but often untrue—tropes about our environment. How can we cut through them and communicate in a way that deepens understanding about the complex science behind environmental change and builds support for the kind of systemic changes that are needed to protect our planet from further damage?