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Tim Robinson explores climate change communication through cringe comedy

Tim Robinson explores climate change communication through cringe comedy

Comedian Tim Robinson uses his unique style of humor to address the challenges of communicating climate change effectively.

Kate Yoder reports for Grist.

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How ‘Survivor’ and “Amazing Race’ adapt to climate change

CBS hit "Survivor", along with fellow staple “The Amazing Race,” is learning to deal with climate change, globalization and other seismic shifts.

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Can a new genre of eco-thrillers inspire climate action?

Fighting the apocalypse is a timeworn movie trope. But in an era of environmental catastrophe, some filmmakers are creating more down-to-earth heroes.
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Susie Orbach: We don’t have to be overwhelmed by climate anxiety. Feel the pain, then act

Susie Orbach: We don’t have to be overwhelmed by climate anxiety. Feel the pain, then act

It doesn’t matter which week we choose. There is always a climate emergency; an emergency we can close our ears and eyes to.

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Amanda Shendruk: Climate change movies shouldn't be about only disaster and apocalypse

Hollywood should play a positive role in the fight against global warming by offering a wealth of stories that help humanity make sense of and address the present and future of life on a dangerously warming planet.

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The next cameo on your favorite TV show could be climate change

As the crisis and its solutions become more a part of our daily lives, it’s both natural — and necessary — that we would see more examples on screen.
Senegal musician Maal named UN ambassador on desertification
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Senegal musician Maal named UN ambassador on desertification

Since 2003, Senegalese singer-songwriter Baaba Maal has been committed to various development challenges in Africa, working with different U.N. family organizations.

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