Jane Fonda and Anthony Leiserowitz Discuss How Humans Think About Their Environment

Join Jane Fonda, Fire Drill Fridays, and Greenpeace USA for a Teach-in with Anthony Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communications, for a conversation about how human beings think about and perceive their environment. Anthony, who has been described as a “scientist who studies human geography” will explain to Jane and viewers why we think about climate the way that we do, our inherent connection to nature, and what needs to be done collectively to combat this crisis. Please note this teach-in was filmed in the fall of 2019, so does not include any context regarding COVID-19.Join Jane Fonda, Fire Drill Fridays, and Greenpeace USA for a Teach-in with Anthony Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communications, for a conversation about how human beings think about and perceive their environment. Anthony, who has been described as a “scientist who studies human geography” will explain to Jane and viewers why we think about climate the way that we do, our inherent connection to nature, and what needs to be done collectively to combat this crisis.

Please note this teach-in was filmed in the fall of 2019, so does not include any context regarding COVID-19. The audio version was released shortly after taping.

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