A Device to Visualize Your Climate Change Future
Research out this week shows that globally, 40 percent of adults have never heard of climate change. Among the 60 percent of humanity in the know, perceptions about climate change risk vary. The Yale Project on Climate Change Communication’s Anthony Leiserowitz joins guest host Manoush Zomorodi to explain why, when it comes to climate change education worldwide, it’s not “one size fits all.”
Plus, how do you move a community from climate change awareness…to action? Marin County, California, is experimenting with a new augmented reality viewer (called an OWL) to help residents visualize—and plan for—sea level rise. KQED science reporter Daniel Potter shares his experience trying out the OWL device.
Anthony Leiserowitz is Founder and Director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication in New Haven, Connecticut.
Daniel Potter is a KQED science reporter in San Francisco, California.