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on 21 December 2013
Kari's comprehensive study of a Norwegian community details the process by which climate change, although recognised as real, is perceived through an interpretive lens as distant and un-actionable and therefore irrelevant.

Discussion of climate change is key in creating the necessary social presssure to enable political action.

We need to talk about climate change to our friends, relatives and work colleagues. This is the way forward.

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Btw, Johan RF's comment would classify him as a literal denialist - someone who dimisses evidence without consideration.
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on 22 July 2013
I got a couple of chapters in and then binned it. Its total rubbish. Essays and observations on weather does not amount to a comprehensive understanding about climate and the science of climate change ( natural or otherwise ). The author is totally confused and does not realise that weather is not climate. Weather is just weather and it does vary in short cycles, medium cycles , long cycles and very long cycles....poor
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