From change to crisis, how the language about climate evolved


“It’s not climate change,” declared writer-activist Margaret Atwood in 2015 – “it’s everything change.” This certainly includes the language used in framing our thinking on climate and sustainability.An articulation of the impact of human activity on global climate patterns has been present since the 19th century. The phrase “climate change” was first used in 1854 in an American popular-science magazine querying if observed changes might be ascribed to large-scale agri­cultural practices.The …

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