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And here’s the Realtime Climate sign up url: https://www.climatecentral.org/realtime-climate/
Ed Hawkins bio: https://www.linkedin.com/in/edhawkinsclimate/
Warming Stripes background https://www.reading.ac.uk/be-the-difference/show-your-stripes
Look for your local Warming Stripes graphic here: https://medialibrary.climatecentral.org/resources/showyourstripes-realtime-climate-launch
Andrew Freedman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewfreedman1/
A recent data viz Tweet from Andrew https://twitter.com/afreedma/status/1404816659974664194
The links are not copiable from the chat. Is it possible to put them also in the Q/A box?
Julia Kumari Drapkin
We’re a little late to the meeting. Would you all mind reshaping the links?
We’ll follow up with a link to the recording and list all the resources in the Chat
I live in southern Arizona, this discussion is extremely important.
Julia Kumari Drapkin
@Andrew /drought folks, we have launched new data inputs for heat, drought, and AQ on ISeeChange alongside our storms and flooding data inputs. www.iseechange.org
Hilda Garcia: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hildagarcia/
Thanks Julia, will look!
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Nice video clip in which Ed Hawkins' animated climate spiral and warming stripes are explained on Twente University TV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQjn5g2yiYs
I have used CC data for years in presentations. Always so impactful! Thank you!
Problem with QR code? Here’s the url: https://www.climatecentral.org/realtime-climate/
Check out some of Andrew’s Axios stories: https://www.axios.com/energy-environment/climate-change/
I still see extreme weather covered as disasters in most cases, with no connection made to climate change, across most major media.
It is critical to link scary information with locally implementable solutions. Otherwise denial takes over. Stopping methane and refrigeration leaks is a good example, draws local media attention, etc
Link to Climate Central’s Climate Matters media library https://medialibrary.climatecentral.org/resources
Go deeper into public opinion statistics. https://www.climatechangecommunication.org/climate-change-in-the-american-mind/
As a reminder, we will follow up with an email that has a recording to the webinar and a list of all the resources we have posted in Chat. Feel free to share with your colleagues.
Thank You folks