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By Andi Bourne
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Influencing the climate change discussion

 

January 2, 2020

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International Forestry Student Association representatives at COP25 from (L-R) Uganda, Australia, Luxembourg, Lily Clarke from United States, Mexico, and Vietnam.

MADRID, SPAIN – "I'm so interested in climate change because it is kind of the absolute example we have of just how pure science will not change the way people behave. It needs to be personal. We need to talk about our values and how climate change and its effects can affect those values," said Lily Clarke, former Condon resident. "[The conversation] needs to be about our families, how we value our rural livelihood, how climate change is affecting that and how we can shift our practices to minimize the effects of climate change on our livelihoods."

Clarke was one of 12 International Fore...



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