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Climate Change in the American Mind: What Does Ohio Think? - Shared screen with speaker view
Cathy Cowan Becker
35:46
Sadly the Dismissives are over represented in the Ohio state legislature.
Judy
36:42
Thank you Gerry mandering! A govt that doesn't represent us!
Norman Robbins
39:02
People say they are alarmed or concerned but rather few will take action, like making a phone call to legislators
Zoe Codd
39:05
Also, since Ohio is so landlocked and far from coasts we are considerably safer than other states. So even if dismissive or disengaged people in power are able to shift their acceptance of climate change, we have to think about how they will use our state's "safeness" as an excuse for nonaction
Lisa Maatz
40:51
landlocked? hello lake erie and ohio river.
Cathy Cowan Becker
40:52
Because when California burns up and Florida goes under water, where will all those American climate refugees go? They will come here to the Great Lakes which have the world's largest supply of fresh water.
Zoe Codd
41:31
I meant not coastal
Zoe Codd
41:35
My bad!
Lisa Maatz
42:31
folks who love and live on Lake Erie coast have seen erosion in the 10s of feet in just the last few years due to high water.
Zoe Codd
43:33
I live in Cincinnati and the Ohio floods so frequently, and the landslides are getting so bad down here and much more frequent as well
Deb Naymick
47:27
Oh my! Such a great resource to start conversations w/ state reps!
Julie Jones
52:58
Is the Yale Climate Connections also a pod cast?
Zoe Codd
56:17
Individual action leads to collective action!!! Supply tends to meet demand here right?
Lisa Maatz
57:45
how often are these opinion polls updated?
Ken Wright
57:53
For talking to politicians, how do we reference the source of the poll info you have?
Eric Fine (he/him/él)
57:58
https://yaleclimateconnections.org/
Eric Fine (he/him/él)
58:11
https://climatecommunication.yale.edu/
Alison Ricker
58:42
directly to the podcast: https://yaleclimateconnections.org/the-climate-connections-podcast/
Tom Marting
58:50
Are there different or more effective climate engagement communication tactics for social media compared to face to face talks or group discussions?
Grant Goodrich
01:00:30
Would love to get Eric's thoughts as to how we communicate with farmers and farm communities - what language is working with them? Ohio's State House is still largely beholden to Ag interests in this state.
Kyle Marcum, OEC (he/him)
01:00:44
Do you have a sense of what sort of messaging is most effective in bringing someone from the 'cautious' and 'disengaged' to 'concerned'?
Dave Simons
01:02:08
Dale Arnold could chime in on that
peter mccall
01:03:22
Check out these compelling maps of expected effects of global warming in this century: https://projects.propublica.org/climate-migration/
Torrey McMillan
01:03:43
Any insights to communicating with BIPOC communities and people invested in environmental and climate justice to build larger coalitions?
Julie Jones
01:03:48
Would you please add a link to where we can create the fact sheets? Thanks
Dave Simons
01:04:08
there are ag inputs to the solution besides renewables
Judy
01:06:10
sequestration is an important part of the climate solution and farms can definitely aid in that!
Lisa Maatz
01:06:38
Folks... Ohio Citizen Action is having a convo on the HB6 coal bailout on June 16th join us! https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwucOCrrzojEtfA25ZeYQysBtBCv7PcfhF9
Alison Ricker
01:08:36
Yale climate opinion factsheets: https://climatecommunication.yale.edu/visualizations-data/factsheets/
Drew Gillett
01:10:54
latinos live in miami duh
Grant Goodrich
01:11:22
I have to run - this was excellent - thank you!
Courtney VanHuffel
01:11:42
The independent worry that minority groups is common criticism I hear on climate change concerns. Is there any articles Yale has written that show these stats to put in my “cite your sources toolbox”?
Eric Fine (he/him/él)
01:11:55
https://climatecommunication.yale.edu/publications/climate-change-latino-mind-may-2017/
Courtney VanHuffel
01:12:42
Thank you!
Drew Gillett
01:13:08
why does opinion mrather than fact matter lemmings?
Norman Robbins
01:13:12
how do you identify alarmed people in your community?
Eric Fine (he/him/él)
01:13:18
https://climatecommunication.yale.edu/publications/race-and-climate-change/
Zoe Codd
01:14:13
I work for 80 Acres Farms, we do hydroponic vertical and are getting big! Check us out, we sell in Columbus, KY, and Indiana now. No pesticides, controlled environment, use majority of renewable energy to power the farms
Eric Fine (he/him/él)
01:15:05
https://climatecommunication.yale.edu/visualizations-data/sassy/
Judy
01:15:59
Thank you, Jane and Eric! This was great!
Peg Fischer
01:16:26
Excellent work! Thanks so much!
Torrey McMillan
01:16:46
This was great. Thanks so much to Eric, Jane, and everyone who organized!
Norman Robbins
01:16:47
Thanks for this important presentation
Michael Huston
01:16:49
Thank you
Francisco Okhuysen
01:16:57
Thank you very much for this valuable information!!
Zoe Codd
01:17:03
thank you so much!
Torrey McMillan
01:17:13
Hope some folks on this call will also join the GEO/CCL climate fiction book club discussion tomorrow night!