Climate Conversations

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Solving the climate crisis requires participation from all parts of the state, from every social and economic class, and from the public and private sectors. Reducing climate impacts and adapting to climate change could also be an opportunity to make our communities more vibrant, equitable and sustainable. Talking about shared goals and priorities is an important way to involve more Minnesotans in climate action. By hosting or participating in a conversation about climate change, you are helping build Minnesota’s climate action and protect our future.



Guiding questions

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Think about something in your community or elsewhere in Minnesota that you value. It could be a place, an event, or a hobby. How will climate change affect it? How do you picture yourself or other people experiencing it in 2050?


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Can you think of something in your current life that could be improved as Minnesota takes action on climate change? How? For example, bicycle and pedestrian pathways could reduce greenhouse gas emissions and make it safer and easier to get around without a vehicle.

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What are your knowledge, skills and resources that you can contribute to climate action?

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Climate change will affect many parts of our lives including our food systems, local economies, and our natural resources. What actions are you interested in to reduce greenhouse gas emissions or adapt to climate impacts in one of these areas? What actions could you take in your home, family, or friend group? Your workplace? Your community, city, or state? Share your ideas on the Climate Action Map*!

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Thank you for participating today. Before we close, what is one thing you will take away from this conversation? What is one thing you plan to do for climate action after today? Share your commitment here*.


* You will be asked to register in order to post ideas and information to this site, which requires a valid email address.


Solving the climate crisis requires participation from all parts of the state, from every social and economic class, and from the public and private sectors. Reducing climate impacts and adapting to climate change could also be an opportunity to make our communities more vibrant, equitable and sustainable. Talking about shared goals and priorities is an important way to involve more Minnesotans in climate action. By hosting or participating in a conversation about climate change, you are helping build Minnesota’s climate action and protect our future.



Guiding questions

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Think about something in your community or elsewhere in Minnesota that you value. It could be a place, an event, or a hobby. How will climate change affect it? How do you picture yourself or other people experiencing it in 2050?


Question mark graphic

Can you think of something in your current life that could be improved as Minnesota takes action on climate change? How? For example, bicycle and pedestrian pathways could reduce greenhouse gas emissions and make it safer and easier to get around without a vehicle.

Question mark graphicHow do you talk to your friends and family about climate change?
Question mark graphic

What are your knowledge, skills and resources that you can contribute to climate action?

Question mark graphic

Climate change will affect many parts of our lives including our food systems, local economies, and our natural resources. What actions are you interested in to reduce greenhouse gas emissions or adapt to climate impacts in one of these areas? What actions could you take in your home, family, or friend group? Your workplace? Your community, city, or state? Share your ideas on the Climate Action Map*!

Question mark graphic

Thank you for participating today. Before we close, what is one thing you will take away from this conversation? What is one thing you plan to do for climate action after today? Share your commitment here*.


* You will be asked to register in order to post ideas and information to this site, which requires a valid email address.


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Climate Action Map

3 months

Did you host a climate conversation in your community? Drop a pin into the map to share where these conversations are happening throughout the state!

Page last updated: 30 November 2021, 10:46