Wed, 4 October 2023
In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin tackles the challenge of communicating hope in the face of a changing climate. Despite the recent onslaught of natural disasters and extreme weather events, Lewin emphasizes the importance of maintaining hope and optimism for the future. He discusses the need for science and conservation communicators to convey messages of hope and explores how to convince people that there is hope in our climate future.
Tune in to learn more about the power of hope and how to speak up for the ocean.
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The episode emphasizes the crucial role of science communicators and conservation communicators in instilling hope and creating a better future for the planet. Andrew acknowledges the challenges and difficulties faced in the climate crisis, but emphasizes the importance of continuing to spread messages of hope and optimism. He highlights that hope can be found in various forms, such as in movies and through the concept of "ocean optimism." Andrew suggests that hope is the answer to addressing the climate crisis and emphasizes the need for effective communication of this hope. It is mentioned that articles and individuals like the "Garbage Queen" can play a significant role in moving things forward and solidifying a better future. Andrew firmly believes that with collective efforts and the involvement of people from all walks of life, a better future for the planet is possible. The episode encourages listeners to actively engage in conversations about climate hope and science communication, emphasizing the importance of sharing thoughts and ideas to foster positive change.