Back at drawing board, some warmists suggest rebranding global warming as a public health crisis

TIME reports:

But what if climate change were instead about an increase in childhood asthma, or a surge in infectious diseases, or even an influx of heat-induced heart attacks? Would that hold more resonance for the average citizen of the world? That’s what some climate change experts are hoping, as they steer the conversation about global warming toward the public health issues it raises. Last week, the journal Science featured a special issue on climate change and included a study on the complex yet growing connection between global warming and infectious diseases.

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3 thoughts on “Back at drawing board, some warmists suggest rebranding global warming as a public health crisis”

  1. Rebranding is high in the liberal playbook. Let’s redefine something we can’t support on into something that the public can’t stand and get it passed that way. People are sheep and won’t notice until it is too late. They do this all the time.

  2. Global cooling in the 1970s or so.
    Global warming.
    Climate change.
    We need a new name as this one is worn out.

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