Climate change may be a scientific phenomenon, but the responses to it are going to be human and emotional. Climate change is going to increasingly affect the things we love and the places we call home, and these things are not easily dealt with via formulas and numbers.
The 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is a chance to remind the public that climate change is happening and already affecting Americans. But how can groups also share the message that for many Gulf communities, the struggle to recover is ongoing?
In June, Climate Access blogged about the Pope’s powerful moral message on climate change. This blog was based on social science research that supports the use of a moral frame emphasizing our role as stewards.
Climate Access is an initiative of The Resource Innovation Group's Social Capital Project. We are grateful to our founding partners, the Stonehouse Standing Circle and the Rutgers Initiative on Climate and Society.