This week, we’re in Cedar Rapids, Iowa exploring practical solutions like wind energy and climate-smart agriculture with a new generation of Climate Reality Leaders and training them to become powerful voices for change.
Over the course of the training, we’re asking attendees and activists three big questions on climate change. First up was Climate Reality CEO Ken Berlin. Next in the spotlight: Climate Reality Leadership Corps Director Mario Molina.
Does one person’s voice and actions matter when it comes to an issue as big as climate change? Why?
It’s the aggregate effect of multiple voices coming together that does matter. When it comes to our Climate Reality Leaders, we often see that a single person’s voice has a disproportionate effect in influencing their communities, networks, and decision makers. And that really matters.
If you could sum up why we need to act on climate in eight words or less, what would you say?
What makes climate change personal to you?
Most of my values were formed by interacting with natural environments. The idea that those might drastically change or disappear makes maintaining their integrity as personal as it gets.
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