Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Sheila Jasanoff: “Towards a More Inclusive Conversation About Climate Change” admin 376 Videos 0% 113 Views 0 Likes July 1, 2017 Lectures By admin 0 Comments Running time: 5:25 Why has “communicating climate science” failed to bring a consensus on climate change? Jasanoff argues that asking people to consider their common future is a better approach. (Visited 71 times, 1 visits today) Please share: Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on LinkedIn Share Share on Google Plus Share Send email Mail Show more 06:34 PREV Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Joseph Aldy: “Designing Public Policy to Address Climate Change” admin July 1, 2017 NEXT Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Jerry X. Mitrovica: “The Fingerprints of Sea Level Rise” admin July 1, 2017 You might be interested in 20 UQx DENIAL101x 0.1.1.1 Introduction to Denial (self-paced) admin January 10, 2019 3.57K BBC The Selfish Green — David Attenborough – Richard Dawkins – Richard Leakey – Jane Goodall admin August 22, 2018 397 Game Over for the Climate? admin August 22, 2018 586 18:23 TEDxEQCHCH – Helena Norberg-Hodge – The Economics of Happiness admin September 22, 2017 12 15:15 The Food Crisis with Tim Benton and Frances Seymour admin September 22, 2017 5.13K 13:59 How fear of nuclear power is hurting the environment | Michael Shellenberger admin September 22, 2017 0 Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Steve Wofsy: “Precision Tracking of CO2 Sources and Sinks” admin August 30, 2017 0 Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Eli Tziperman: “How Clouds Suppress Arctic Air Mass Formation” admin August 30, 2017 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.