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if you're working on climate advocacy, you might find this framework of delay narratives helpful in developing counter strategies.
A group of climate researchers convincingly argue that the powerful fossil fuel existinctionists and their axis of political and corporate enablers have moved on from climate denial to climate delay, in order to justify inaction or inadequate efforts and sacrifice future generations for short-term profiteering.



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  • Sarah Chabane

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    This is super interesting, what type of discourse have you encountered the most working with advocacy? I feel surrendering and redirecting responsibility are pretty hard to get around

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    • Markus Lutteman

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      Very interesting.

      • Adam Wallin

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        This model does a great job at highlighting the most motivating forms of narrative as well: Non-dystopian visions of the future, self-efficacy through personal stories of climate action, highlighting the importance of everyone doing their part, and showing that radical solution can make a better world.

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