What I talk about when I talk about climate change

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WWF's Gareth Redmond-King reflects on the latest thinking on how best to communicate climate change

I talk a lot about climate change; some of the time, I'm talking to people who also know a lot about climate change. But a significant part of why I talk about it so much, and work where I do, is because...

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