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Global Literacy Talks: Climate Change on Earth Day - Shared screen with speaker view
Kayla Cato
18:39
Gordon State College- Community & Civic Engagements
Noah Whitridge
18:47
Georgia College & State University
Meredith Jackson
18:59
Gordon State College- here out of curiosity
Carlie Collins
19:01
I’m from gordon state college and i’m doing community and civic engagements
JT Kling
19:03
Georgia College
Lillie Milton
19:04
Hi! I’m tuning in from SUNY oswego!
Jeremy (Coleman) White
19:04
Georgia College & State
Kiara Shanks
19:12
Gordon state college civic engagement
Meagan Sullivan
19:14
Georgia College and State University
Julia Vaughan
19:17
Georgia College
Jackson Brack
19:23
Georgia College
Michelle Melish
19:25
Northern Kentucky University. Happy Earth Day!
marshall mills
19:29
georgia college & state university
Noah Whitridge
19:38
Georgia College
Kayla Agan
19:38
Here from Gordon State College for Civic and Community Engagement
Annaston Holton
19:41
Gordon State College civic engagement
Alayna Criswell
19:46
Gordon State College, for civic/community engagement
Ashunti Mitchell
19:49
Gordon State College
Susan Jagendorf-Sobierajski
19:51
SUNY Cobleskill is here.
Joshua McKeown
20:09
So is SUNY Oswego, faculty and students
Tiffany Budd, NKU
20:26
Sustainability Operations Coordinator, Northern Kentucky University
M-Dr. Amber Godwin (SHSU)
42:16
Awesome experience Group 2!!
M- Jean Abshire (IU Southeast)
42:40
People in room 8 made some great points!
M-Dr. Amber Godwin (SHSU)
01:01:52
Awesome chat, Group 7!
M- Jean Abshire (IU Southeast)
01:02:25
Room 1 was terrific - thanks so much to those who participated!
M-Cathy Copeland (AASCU)
01:02:48
And feel free to share in the chat too!
Kaitlin Jones
01:07:20
That was an awesome point! People are often quick to shut down when they do not agree with you so trying to appeal to them while making your point makes conversations more effective.
M-Cathy Copeland (AASCU)
01:07:47
Agree, Kaitlin! Finding those shared connections is valuable.
M-Dr. Amber Godwin (SHSU)
01:08:00
Maybe that IS the answer is not having the answer but asking the questions to make each other reflect meaningfully
Kaitlin Jones
01:09:21
I am at work so I have to leave the meet. I have learned a lot and appreciate the conversations we have had. Thank you to everyone who put this meeting together!
Kurt Hoffman
01:09:21
How to have meaningful conversations when agreement about the reality doesn't exist?
Sarah Kolakowski
01:09:49
it snowed in Southern Indiana a couple of times and it's April
M-Don Betz
01:10:03
Agree. The right questions can be most effective in advancing understanding and awareness.
M Felice Nudelman
01:10:04
Snowed in Ohio the past two nights
Susan Jagendorf-Sobierajski
01:10:20
in upstate New York as well
M- Jean Abshire (IU Southeast)
01:10:33
The issues with the disagreement on basic facts is really similar to the pandemic.
M-Dr. Amber Godwin (SHSU)
01:10:49
And SO MANY things in history as well
M-Diane McMahon
01:12:10
How do we challenge the false narrative …?
M-Don Betz
01:13:06
With facts and persistence?
M-Dr. Amber Godwin (SHSU)
01:13:20
I think through authentic voice-data, authentic perspectives from the past and now and promoting open dialogues...we can't have false narratives and fear prevent us from moving forward
M-Dr. Amber Godwin (SHSU)
01:13:38
Fear grows in silence
M-Don Betz
01:14:07
and in false narratives
M-Dr. Amber Godwin (SHSU)
01:14:25
Yes sir!
Noah Whitridge
01:16:40
A lot of times the ideas that we believe come from emotional responses instead of information (even if we would not like to admit it). I would recommend paying attention to what someone says they dislike about climate conversations. So for example, if someone dislikes the idea of having to sacrifice their quality of life for the climate. Once you show them that many of the technologies that combat climate change are actually strictly better than older models, the person may warm up to the idea of accepting climate change.
Martha Ramos
01:17:28
I love this video from Michael Jackson about the Earth...Even though is very dissappointed because after 30 years we are in the same situation!https://youtu.be/XAi3VTSdTxU
Kandace Rusnak (NYT)
01:18:38
My email if you have questions. Kandace.rusnak@nytimes.com
Charles Hopkins (CFR)
01:19:12
And if you’d like to share those videos with friends, or read more about climate change, you can check out more about climate change on World101 at https://world101.cfr.org/global-era-issues/climate-change
M- Jean Abshire (IU Southeast)
01:19:17
One of the students in my breakout emphasized how this disproportionately affects the poor - that's important!
M-Cathy Copeland (AASCU)
01:19:24
copelandc@aascu.org
Irene Ziegler
01:19:36
Another great tool is the UN SDG in action app: https://sdgsinaction.com/