Telling the story of climate change: threat or emergency, and does it matter?

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Present era threats — let’s go back to basics

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The hyperthreat notion

Understanding the Hyperthreat helps us to craft a Hyper-Response

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  1. FIRST, there is an initial requirement to make the Hyperthreat visible and knowable — outside the science and environmental sector. For the general public, arrays of sophisticated communication, engagement, education, multi-media, creative arts approaches and virtual reality technologies can be scaled-up to achieve this, such as the 60,000 artists concept. For governing institutions, ‘environmental intelligence’ capacities can be bolstered, especially for disaster response.
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Researcher in climate emergency responses, the climate-security nexus, threat framing & narratives. Located in Regional Victoria, Australia.

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Elizabeth G. Boulton, PhD

Elizabeth G. Boulton, PhD

Researcher in climate emergency responses, the climate-security nexus, threat framing & narratives. Located in Regional Victoria, Australia.

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