About 64% of Americans say they’ve experienced a severe weather event – be it flooding, drought, storms, extreme heat – and that they believe climate change is at least partly to blame.
With the hottest summer behind us, and 80-plus degree days in October ahead of us, how can a Climate Action Museum in Chicago educate and engage residents on ways to combat climate change?
Reset learns about shifting public opinion and the museum’s efforts.
GUESTS: Lesley Showers, vice chair, Climate Action Museum
Karen Weigert, director of Loyola University Chicago’s Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility