Event
March 2, 2022

Communicating the Climate Crisis: Don’t Look Up & (Dis)Information in a Distracted World

Communicating the Climate Crisis: Don’t Look Up & (Dis)Information in a Distracted World
Event
March 2, 2022

Communicating the Climate Crisis: Don’t Look Up & (Dis)Information in a Distracted World

Communicating the Climate Crisis: Don’t Look Up & (Dis)Information in a Distracted World

The Truman Center for National Policy (501)(c)(3) hosted a virtual event entitled: Communicating the Climate Crisis: Don’t Look Up & (Dis)Information in a Distracted World. This event explored the impact of Netflix’s Academy Award nominated film Don’t Look Up and strategies for effectively communicating climate risks and policy responses.

Truman is committed to incorporating fresh thinking and diverse perspectives into the conversation on climate change and national security. This event expanded Truman’s work on the multifaceted climate and energy security landscape throughout the United States and the search for policies that meet this critical moment.

Panelists: Alexandra (Xander) Meise (Moderator), Visiting Senior Fellow on Climate and Energy at the Truman Center for National Policy; Adam McKay, Screenwriter, Director of Don’t Look Up; Gina McCarthy, White House National Climate Advisor; & Dr. Marshall Shepherd, Meteorologist and Professor at the University of Georgia.

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