Sometimes the best way to change something that is deeply embedded in our daily lives is simply to call attention to it, to make people aware that the problem exists.
A great example of this is the campaign against everyday sexism, which has gained huge traction on social media as people call attention to instances of sexism.
If every small example is highlighted, people realise that this isn’t just ‘snowflake’ millennials being oversensitive – it’s an embedded cultural problem.
Inspired by Everyday Sexism, the Twitter account @EverydayDenial is collecting and sharing examples of people calling out everyday denial of climate change and the issues that cause it.
Examples already tweeted include: ‘The referendum to keep Berlin’s Tegel airport open is a case of #dailyclimatedenial’.
Another is, ‘Celebrating a new COAL MINE? Wft. Hey, let’s revive the abacus while we’re at it #DailyClimateDenial.
Find out more about the initiative here.
How you can help
Join the conversation
Keep those eagle eyes peeled for examples of climate change denial and get hashtagging. #DailyClimateDenial is the way to get your tweets spotted.
Motivated by Trump’s pulling the US out of the Paris agreement, there’s loads of great articles around about climate change, what causes it and what you can do to combat it.
There more you know about it, the better you can help others understand the issues surrounding climate change.
Make a change
We’ve already put together a list of small changes that you can make to help combat climate change. Check them out here.
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