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Climate change was first reported in 1912 and even fantasy lands and cartoons could suffer from climate change. Could your show consider the climate?

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Including sustainable climate content is not as difficult as you might think.

Whether you have a climate conscious main character or weave in a climate conversation, there are lots of ways for you to do this.

Almost every aspect of our lives is connected to climate in some way, whether it’s the food we eat, the clothes we wear, how we travel or the energy to heat our homes.

And remember, even the language you use can make a big difference. 

We’ve done the maths and at the moment cake gets way more mentions than climate on TV.

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Climate Fatalism?

Ipsos/Futerra global poll finds high levels of fatalism about climate change among young people

Of the 20,000 people from 27 countries surveyed, a fifth of the youngest (under 35 y/o) cohort said they believe it is ‘too late to fix climate change’, highlighting a fatalism about their future not found in older groups.

The survey found younger people to be 66% more fatalistic about the chances of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to a level that will slow climate change to an acceptable degree.