A youth-led nonprofit that tries to open conversations about complex and overlooked climate issues to make them more personal, accessible, and inclusive through research, interviews, and direct engagement and activities. This regards HOW we talk about sustainability and its narrative
Milan | Started on 10/10/2020
Rethinking Climate is a youth-led nonprofit that tries to open conversations about complex and overlooked climate issues to make them more personal and accessible through interviews, engagement, and research. It was born from a personal consideration that there is currently a gap in sustainability communication.
It is not only our narrative about sustainability but how this is carried out. On our podcast, we interview professionals from diverse fields. We trust experts from a global network to bring different perspectives to our learning journey to show that there is a space for everyone in the climate movement. Our mission is to use this project to provide objective considerations on this matter through research and various partnerships. Our next biggest step is to become an organization.
“How much do I know? How much do I comprehend? And how does my thinking affect how I see, reflect and process information?” We apply this simple concept to reach realization about how much we know on a topic, what can we do to improve, and what are the solutions at hand. It is complex and requires a rational approach towards comprehension. Starting from the definition of any term, to our own knowledge of the topic related to the term, how our own origin (our culture and studies, etc.) can impact our understanding of the term, which then leads to our own honesty towards it on how much we truly know/understand/and grasp the topic, towards a final realization of the overall topic. We carry out this by creating a podcast, digital media, articles, and spreading awareness.
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