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‘Sink into your grief.’ How one scientist confronts the emotional toll of climate change – Science Magazine

In new book, Kimberly Nicholas describes students “running into a house that is on fire”



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Sustainability scientist Kimberly Nicholas says confronting climate change requires acknowledging values and feelings as well as advancing science and policy.
Janet Nichols
By David MalakoffApr. 12, 2021 , 1:55 PM
I was trained to be calm, rational, and objective, to focus on the facts, sustainability scientist Kimberly Nicholas recalls in her new book, Under the Sky We Make: How to Be Human in a Warming World. But as research has increasingly revealed how climate change will forever alter the…

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