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Yale-NUS Professor: Climate Lessons Need to “Demonstrate an Emotional Orientation”


According to Matthew Schneider-Mayerson, Yale-NUS associate professor of social sciences and humanities, we have to lead students to express correct emotional responses to climate change issues, rather than just presenting them with facts and letting them draw their own conclusions.

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