Selverston says he’s heartened by “resiliency catalysts,” including “jaw-dropping visualizations” on YouTube, that boost public awareness and help build momentum for climate adaptation. But he warns that climate advocacy “remains an uphill battle. We are witnessing the rise and dominance of ‘dark money’ groups which already have spent more than $500 million trying to convince the world not to prepare for climate impacts. Despite how compelling our story might be, we’re being drowned out.”
- Concise headlines. Original content. Timely news and views from a select group of opinion leaders. Special extras.
- Everything you need, nothing you don’t.
- The Weekender: The climate news you need.