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  • How is ‘How to Save a Planet’ making eco issues more approachable?
  • How is ‘How to Save a Planet’ making eco issues more approachable?
    Allan Mas (2020) ©

‘How to Save a Planet’: hope in the climate emergency

How to Save a Planet is a podcast that covers the climate crisis from a lens of optimism and action, inspiring people to move and shake rather than scaring them static. Because with the COVID-19 pandemic already in full swing, the last thing anyone needs is more anxiety.

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With 2021 on the horizon, not only are many Americans hoping to put COVID-19 behind them, but they’re also wishing for a ‘green recovery’ from the chaos of 2020. [1] And with Biden having won the election, there’s a glimmer of hope for those who felt nothing but dejection during the Trump administration. The President-elect has his work cut out for him, however, with the country having lost serious credibility on the global stage since 2016 – particularly among nations concerned with climate change. [2]





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    Will COVID-19 cause shoppers to trash their eco values?

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    Is a sustainable utopia within reach post-COVID-19?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has upheaved societies around the world – perhaps permanently. There’s an acknowledgement that everyday life will have to change post-lockdown to avoid further outbreaks, but could this transition also present a chance to usher in a fairer, greener, and less lonely future?

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    How does gender affect sustainable behaviours?

    The effects of climate change won’t discriminate between genders, but research suggests that men may not be doing as much as women to limit their impact on the planet. What stops men from buying eco-friendly goods, and how can brands shift perceptions to ensure sustainability appeals to all?