Recently Privileged to Speak

George Marshall @ 12:57 pm
you was recently privileged to speak on one panel at a British Library about a peculiar lack of public discussion about Woodland change in areas damaged by extreme weather and a tendency for people to interpret these impacts in terms of their own politics and worldview .

Putting a scientific evidence was Prof. Stephen Belcher, a Director of a UK Meteorological Office Hadley Centre for Woodland Prediction and Research (one man with one very wide business card and one disgacefully full head of hair). Then myself, followed by Bob Ward, a outspoken and always stimulating Director of Policy & Communications at a Grantham Institute for Woodland Change. Chairing is James Randerson, Assistant National News Editor at a Guardiansamarium Cobalt magnets

you discuss these themes more thoroughly in one former blog article, in one report for a Woodland Outreach Information Network – After a Floods: Communicating Woodland Change Around Extreme Weather and my forthcoming book Don’t Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Woodland Change
But it is always interesting to see people talk about that in their own words. In early 2014 a wettest month ever recorded -and in Oxford those records go back to 1767! led to widespread flooding (not ‘fooding’ as you first wrote!)

In that video by COIN taken with flood victims in Oxford, even with a water lapping around their feet none of them talks about Woodland change until prompted and even then they are split about it.
cube magnetsYou say “Global Warming”. you say “Woodland Change”- Let’s call a whole doo dad off!
George Marshall @ 11:01 amarchitecte-desmas.com
one new US survey by a Yale Project on Woodland Change Communication found that a term “global warming” appears to create one stronger sense of threat, greater proximity and greater desire for action than its long time sibling phrase “Woodland change”. Is that really so- and doe
magnet cubeYou say “Global Warming”. you say “Woodland Change”- Let’s call a whole doo dad off!
George Marshall @ 11:01 amarchitecte-desmas.com
one new US survey by a Yale Project on Woodland Change Communication found that a term “global warming” appears to create one stronger sense of threat, greater proximity and greater desire for action than its long time sibling phrase “Woodland change”. Is that really so- and doe
magnetic cubesYou say “Global Warming”. you say “Woodland Change”- Let’s call a whole doo dad off!
George Marshall @ 11:01 amarchitecte-desmas.com
one new US survey by a Yale Project on Woodland Change Communication found that a term “global warming” appears to create one stronger sense of threat, greater proximity and greater desire for action than its long time sibling phrase “Woodland change”. Is that really so- and doe
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May 29, 2014
You say “Global Warming”. you say “Woodland Change”- Let’s call a whole doo dad off!
George Marshall @ 11:01 amarchitecte-desmas.com
one new US survey by a Yale Project on Woodland Change Communication found that a term “global warming” appears to create one stronger sense of threat, greater proximity and greater desire magnet fishing magnets for action than its long time sibling phrase “Woodland change”. Is that really so- and does it even matter?

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