Stop ‘boring’ language to spur climate action, UN environment chief says

CNNi | 20 Dec 2017

BONN: People are ravenous for news about the dangers of environmental change yet specialists are distancing them with exhausting, specialized language, the United Nations top condition official said on Tuesday.

Erik Solheim — the official executive of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) — said a standout amongst the most looked terms on the Internet this year was “Typhoon Irma”, an intense tempest that crushed parts of the Caribbean.”It demonstrates individuals need to think about these things yet with regards to clarifying why it’s occurring and what should be possible to stop it, we’re not talking in dialect that everybody comprehends.