How to Sell Climate Action in Canada
Twenty-two percent of Canadians say that one of the top three issues that that's going to drive their vote in the upcoming federal election is climate change, according to Ipsos. That’s ahead of the 20 percent who say it's the economy. Which political party is going to be able to capitalize on this newfound climate consciousness come fall?
Host Tamara Khandaker speaks with Ipsos vice-president Sean Simpson on where voters are saying their priorities are going to be come election time. She also talks with Amber Bennet, an Alberta-based communications consultant with Climate Outreach, on how to sell Canadians on climate action.