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This question follows Derek Gladwin’s assertion about the power of stories to tr
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This question follows Derek Gladwin’s assertion about the power of stories to tr
This question follows Derek Gladwin’s assertion about the power of stories to transcend what he believes are the social and cultural divides over climate change and energy transition. Before making your answer, read the following article: https://theconversation.com/we-could-power-a-new-green-movement-by-talking-about-energy-change-132906 For part 2 you will address the following prompt: Discuss the limits and possibilities of this approach to environmental communication. Do you agree/disagree with Gladwin? Why/why not? Your response to part 2 will be 2000-words long and must include at least five relevant sources/citations from the course (not including the Gladwin reading or the thinkers mentioned within the Gladwin reading). In your reply, give thought to some of the broader/underlying assumptions about the climate crisis your response is built upon. You may also want to consider/anticipate potential critiques of your position and how you might address them. *Technical details. Page 1: Standard title page including a word count for each section. Page 2: Your image (with a short description/caption). Page 3-4: Your response to part 1. Page 5-?: Your response to part 2. Final page(s): Bibliography **In selecting what course material to draw upon, ensure these ideas are integrated into your argument in a way that accurately reflects these authors ideas, ensuring a strong relationship between these ideas. Strong answers will not merely list course concepts and/or quotations, but rather will organize them in a way that demonstrates a thorough understanding of these concepts.

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