Empathy will help the world change course on climate change
On June 6, 2018, an article was published in the Eco-Business online magazine titled: Empathy will help the world change course on climate change, about Eco-Business campaign “Changing Course”, it was launched in Singapore on 5 June 2018, and it wants to tell the story of climate change from the asiatic perspective. The centerpiece of this campaign is a photos exbition and a short documentary (from 4 june to 12 July 2018, at the Singapore Botanical Garden) about Antarctica 2018, created and curated by Eco-Business managing director Jessica Cheam and Scottish documentarian Fraser Morton, that it documents the "Antarctica 2018" expedition, led by Sir Robert Swan, a British environmentalist and explorer who was the first man to walk on both poles. The launch of this campaign also celebrated United Nations World Environment Day, held on 5 June every year, with plenary dialogue ‘From apathy to action: How to shape the climate conversation’, the International speakers, partecipates for the occasion, emphasised the need for empathy development to combat indifference towards climate change, and the possibility for a single person to make an important impact, they highlighted the power of just a small number of people getting together to think strategically, question the status quo and move social systems.
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