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Debate 2.0: Too lazy to cook?
Despite all the facts and inspiration out there, far too many people are still mainly eating out or fueling themselves with pre-prepared things. Are you guilty?
Debate 2.0: If only our climate were a bank…
What do you think about the COP15 meeting? Do rich nations prioritize war and a dysfunctional financial system over an already-ailing climate?
Debate 2.0: Who’s afraid of climate change?
Do you think “scary” is acceptable in climate change campaigns and can it be effective, or just counter-productive?
Debate 2.0: Meat or the climate? Pick one!
We love our meat. So you can’t expect people to turn vegetarian, even one day a week, simply because it might help save the planet. Can you?
Debate 2.0: What will it take to make you change?
We ask: What will it take to make you change your high carbon emitting behaviours to save the planet?
Launching Debate 2.0: Not in my backyard
Debate 2.0 is an open arena for sharing your ideas on controversial topics. This session: NIMBYism (not in my backyard).
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