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Listen to AP4CA Advisory Group Chair, Dr. Rebecca Huntley, on the Hope. Act. Thrive. podcast

“Often the best climate conversations are when you get a sense of why they feel the way they do, and then you exchange with them what your climate story is. And that can be really powerful,” says Dr Rebecca Huntley, one of Australia’s most experienced social researchers and author of numerous books including “How To Talk About Climate Change in a Way That Makes a Difference”.

In the latest episode of the podcast Hope. Act. Thrive., led by Sally Giblin, a volunteer at Australian Parents for Climate Action, you’ll hear about the need to get emotional about climate change, social trends in relation to climate change, and how we can bring about a change of heart in others. 

Australian Parents for Climate Action is proud to support this episode.

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