POWER HOUR: The Power of Conversation
In the Sunday Washington Post, in an op-ed piece by Allyson Chiu, there was this:
“The first step to action on climate change is to talk about it, that’s the number one thing we can do,” said Lucky Tran, a science communicator at Columbia University who focuses in part on climate justice. “We can’t solve any problems, especially at the global scale, if we don’t talk about the problem and the best way to address it.”
That’s what Power Hour is all about: conversations about climate change solutions:
Would you like to know more about what ReThink Energy Florida is doing? We’d love to answer your questions about our programs, including:
- Solar Energy Equity Deployment (SEED) Program
- Adult Education Programs
- Youth Education Programs
- Sea Level Rise
- Campaigns and Advocacy
- Tallahassee 100
We’d also love to hear your ideas and concerns. What do you think our most pressing issues are? How would you go about solving them?
Please come have a snack and a beverage and join the conversation.
“We need everyone to be a climate communicator and not just rely on one or two people or not just scientists,” Tran said. “Every person needs to talk about climate change.”
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