54% of the global population say climate change is their biggest concern. Yet on local levels climate change is given too small a priority politically.

Professor Jørgen Randers has been busy weaving science and activism together over the last almost 50 years. 21th of May BI Norwegian Business School hold a seminar, BI's Green Economics Seminar and Festschrift, in the honour of Jørgen Randers for exploring and enduring that tension.

BI researcher Per Espen Stoknes was one of many presenters with the lecture "From Science to Activism - A “Happy Climate”?"

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A recent study shows that 54% of the global population say climate change is their biggest concern. Yet, Stoknes, says that on local levels climate change is given too small a priority politically. Watch the video above to hear his theory on why this is the case and what can be done to change it.

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