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David Kroodsma

David Kroodsma

Posted: December 8, 2010 03:25 PM


This is article 6 of 8 in the series about interviews with speakers at Cancun's "Forum on Communicating Climate Change." Click here to read the introduction.
Cross-posted on Hub Culture
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Currently, the President of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, Eileen has been working on climate issues for over 20 years. I asked if the Pew Center has changed how it communicates the issue in the past few years, and what we could expect in the U.S. now that cap and trade legislation has failed and Republicans control the House of Representatives.

Next article - Colin Beavan: How does "No Impact Man" talk about Progress?


Other articles in series:

Andy Revkin: You've communicated this issue for 20 years. How does our collective failure make you feel?
Jennifer Scott: A Survey of COP16 participants reveals deep pessimism.
Anthony Leiserowitz: The global diversity of opinion on climate change.
Doug Boucher: How has the Union of Concerned Scientists responded to our failure to communicate climate change?
Eileen Claussen: What is the road forward?
Colin Beavan: How does "No Impact Man" talk about Progress?
Gonzalo Canseco: Why did Mexico choose to host a forum on climate change communication?


 

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