Today, whether we are speaking about the intensity of hurricanes or the number of routinely flooded coastal towns, the first severe effects of climate change, warmer oceans and rising sea level have started to lash out at human communities in both poor and rich countries. Yet, the portion of public opinion that still dismisses climate change as a “theory” remains stable and the political discourse of climate-sceptic leaders and representatives is still the same as 20 years ago. We know that climate action can be integrated into various policy areas such as health, housing, migration and well-being, but what is the prime strategy to break this deadlock and bring awareness to social groups that stay dismissive or passive in the face of concrete manifestations?

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