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Public Attitudes and Behaviors Workspace 2016

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CoLab members create proposals

May 24, 2016 05:00 EDT - Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
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Aug 12, 2021 11:00 EDT
What can be done to shift the public's perception of climate change and inspire action?

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13 Proposals
Propose a photo or image assignment that will make climate change solutions vivid, real, meaningful, and actionable for ordinary Americans.
art & design can have a huge impact on how people view and act on climate change.
Educating the public and breaking media barriers
Scaring the Public does not always work. We will CHANGE Public Attitude towards Climate Change in ways that are FUN, SOCIAL and INTUITIVE.
There still is significant resistance from people and politicians to addressing climate change, despite the science and computer modeling.
The value of organized think tank work and reporting is only realized when action takes hold.
An obstacle to combating climate change is economics and politics. A solution could be a non political
Consumerism shapes public sentiment, public sentiment drives policy, policy can regulate corporations. Combat consumerism, change the world.
Deprogram populace from social engineering using Pythagorean Theorem, isocronic rhythms,& differential Hz to heal the planet from dis-ease
What if Siri et al can tell us that simple changes in our personal lifestyle can make the big difference in reducing our carbon footprint?
Most problems can be solved by providing clear and sufficient information to the appropriate audience.
Once A Week, Give Our Beautiful Planet A Day Of Rest. An Emission-free Day. A Green Sabbath Day.