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September 6, 2013

Can Fiction be Used as an Effective Climate Communications Tool?

Interested in the idea of “Cli-Fi” (Climate fiction)? Mark Trexler of The Climatographers discusses the idea in this short video, using the Climate Risk Brain.  Neither of us had heard the term until a few weeks ago, and we find it an interesting idea: does a separate “cli-fi” genre help raise awareness of climate risk and can it be an effective means of communicating climate issues?  We ourselves find the idea of using “alternative” historical fiction as an intriguing communications tool about climate risk.  Let us know what you think.

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Laura Kosloff

Laura Kosloff is an attorney with more than 30 years of environmental and natural resources experience. She has worked on numerous topics including hazardous waste, environmental justice, water law, and climate change. Currently she focuses on legal and policy issues relating to energy, climate, and other resource issues facing companies and organizations, with a growing focus on risk communication. She has worked extensively on the design of greenhouse gas mitigation and offset policies, and participated in carbon offset negotiations and due diligence.

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