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Change begins with a conversation.

Bring up climate change in a conversation with others. Take this step and decide how often you want to do this. Try it for a month to see how you do.

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How often do you talk about climate change with the people around you?

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You might not realize this, but talking about climate change to people you know is incredibly important. What the people we know think, say, and do has the biggest influence on our own attitudes and behavior. In fact, research shows that friends and families are one of the most trusted sources of information on climate. That’s why the conversations you have with friends, family members and others in your community can bring about even bigger change.

No matter where you live, there’s a good chance that most of the people around you are already thinking about or even worried about climate change. Talking with people can create the space for change and help us find ways to work together and make everyone feel part of the solution.

However you choose to do it, try to approach the conversation with an open mind. We’re all in different places - remember, there was a time when you didn’t think climate change was a huge problem, too. While one conversation won’t solve everything, you can play an important part in helping others respond to the climate crisis in a way that expresses who they are and what they care about most.