Is Facebook Video the New Platform for Climate Change Discussion?

by Greg Jarboe
Recently, an old acquaintance of mine wrote an opinion piece in The Boston Globe on climate change, with the assertion that “global warming is not a future threat — it’s the present reality, a menace not to our grandchildren but to our present civilizations". Video creators are also joining the discussion around climate change, highlighting the issue and its consequences to ...Read the full article

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#OursToLose: Climate Change Affects the Things We Love

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