COP26 and the big climate debate: How can we respond to people with different views?

Author:
Max Jeganathan
Date:
February 7, 2022
Type:

Environment, politics, so many things bring division and create different camps. Is there a better way to manage the discussion? Max calls out our distracted focus and gives us something to do instead of fight.

'With so much division and disagreement around some of the big issues, not just at the conference but in our day to day lives, how can we understand and respond to people whose views differ from our own?'

Duration: 3.5mins

Source: https://www.thinkingfaith.asia/big-issues/cop26-and-the-big-climate-issues-how-can-we-respond-to-people-with-different-views

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