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Slide 09: Blue Marble

Say:

As you continue to explore {Institution}, I encourage you to talk with your family or friends about opportunities you can find to join with groups of people or programs working to reduce fossil fuel use and to help protect the climate’s heart and circulatory system—the ocean.

Notes and Rationale:

Ending with a challenge renews the visitors’ sense that there is a connection between the conversation you’ve been having and their visit to your institution, and expressly states that we hope they will discuss these issues further.

Encouraging people to find organizations or groups implies that: a) such groups exist, b) individuals who are concerned about these issues are not alone. In addition, to create the scale of change that is required to address the global scale challenges before us, it’s important to orient thinking toward larger scales of interventions and change than individuals can handle on their own.

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