We looked inside some of the tweets by @TEDRadioHour and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
.@estoknes explains how we create excuses to avoid the discomfort of the climate conversation:
Per Espen Stoknes describes several psychological inner defenses that influence the way we think and act about climate change: https://n.pr/2I31x5N
Has humanity ever come together to address a global environmental crisis? Yes: the 1988 Montreal Protocol. Sean Davis explains the lessons we can apply to today's climate crisis. https://n.pr/2MyQ7ep
Chemical engineer Jennifer Wilcox says to avert the worst of climate change, we need to lower emissions AND remove carbon from the atmosphere. Here's how: https://n.pr/2WzIlWg
Jennifer Wilcox stresses the importance of removing CO2 from the atmosphere :
Why is it so easy for climate deniers to dismiss science? Climate psychologist Per Espen Stoknes explains: https://n.pr/2I31x5N
Sean Davis on how we can learn from past political action to help face the climate crisis today:
How did we address the hole in the ozone layer? The entire world came together and took action. The story of the 1988 Montreal Protocol: https://n.pr/2MyQ7ep
.@BruceGFriedrich argues that the way we eat needs to change soon in order to protect our planet
Jennifer Wilcox says the technology to remove CO2 from the atmosphere already exists ... we just need government and policy makers to help deploy it at scale. https://n.pr/2WzIlWg
.@GretaThunberg is calling on everyone to take action against the climate crisis ... before it's too late.
When it comes to the current climate crisis, why is it so hard for us to change our everyday actions? Even when we know science, and understand the threat? https://n.pr/2I31x5N