September 27, 2022

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If you’ve ever found yourself in an argument about climate change, you know the terminology around it can be a bit charged. The issue is uniquely political in the U.S., making it hard to have productive conversations about the problems global warming is creating.
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This story first appeared in the Sept. 19, 2022, issue of Adweek magazine. Click here to subscribe.
Kathryn Lundstrom is Adweek’s sustainability editor.
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