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Published on Oct 19, 2010
In this highly entertaining presentation at the University of the West of England, George Marshall summarises some of our current understanding of the psychology of climate change- why it is so hard to accept and how we avoid believing in it.
In this second part of three he looks at the story lines and imagery around climate change formed, how environmentalists and the imagery of polar bears have dominated the discourse, and asks why human rights organisations talk less about climate change than ice cream.