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152: Earth Day Special: Climate and Society

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Believe it or not, a 2020 PEW study revealed that the most polarized issue in the US is climate change.

How did we get here? How have the warnings of climate science been ignored by half the country? How serious is the climate problem, how immediate are the consequences, and what can regular people like us really do about it?

In this episode, four voices discuss the subject from all angles. We hear from cognitive scientist John Cook on the history of climate misinformation, climate researcher Katharine Hayhoe on what the science is actually saying, theologian Debra Rienstra on the ways religion impacts climate-based decisions, and activist Bill McKibben on the ways we can help here and now.

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Resources mentioned this episode

2020 PEW Study on Climate Polarization

The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon by Bill McKibben

Saving Us by Katharine Hayhoe

Refugia Faith by Debra Rienstra

John Cook Interview Notes

Katharine Hayhoe Interview Notes

Debra Rienstra Interview Notes

Bill McKibben Interview Notes

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Believe it or not, a 2020 PEW study revealed that the most polarized issue in the US is climate change.

How did we get here? How have the warnings of climate science been ignored by half the country? How serious is the climate problem, how immediate are the consequences, and what can regular people like us really do about it?

In this episode, four voices discuss the subject from all angles. We hear from cognitive scientist John Cook on the history of climate misinformation, climate researcher Katharine Hayhoe on what the science is actually saying, theologian Debra Rienstra on the ways religion impacts climate-based decisions, and activist Bill McKibben on the ways we can help here and now.

Show Notes:

Similar episodes

Katharine Hayhoe: The Most Polarized Issue in the United States

Debra Rienstra: Healing the Earth

Bill McKibben: The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon

Peter Harris: The Collapse of the Biosphere

Chris Doran: Hope in the Age of Climate Change

Resources mentioned this episode

2020 PEW Study on Climate Polarization

The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon by Bill McKibben

Saving Us by Katharine Hayhoe

Refugia Faith by Debra Rienstra

John Cook Interview Notes

Katharine Hayhoe Interview Notes

Debra Rienstra Interview Notes

Bill McKibben Interview Notes

Transcription Link

JOIN NSE+ Today! Our subscriber only community with bonus episodes, ad-free listening, and discounts on live shows

Subscribe to episodes: Apple | Spotify | Amazon | Google | YouTube
Follow Us: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube
Follow Lee: Instagram | Twitter
Join our Email List: nosmallendeavor.com

See Privacy Policy

Amazon Affiliate Disclosure: Tokens Media, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

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