Climate Conversations ‘How to’ Guide 2016 Climate change is an issue many people are passionate about but feel it’s difficult to discuss with a wider audience. This practical guide is designed to help anyone wanting to start, and widen, the conversation about climate change with a small group of people. It can be used to have a conversation about what...
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