Josh Burke argues that using the metaphor of war could be a hindrance to communicating the climate message - but may help encourage the investment in innovation and structural changes we need
Wartime rhetoric, especially harking back to World War II, pervades public discourse in many fields. In the UK this is currently a device associated particularly with the Brexit 'debate'. But here and...
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