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Green Populism — Could the environmentalists’ dirty word be what brings the clean breakthrough?

Identity politics have never been far from the climate change discussion — socially liberal values make a comfortable fit for many environmentalists. But with the climate issue now commanding mainstream attention, new situations present themselves. Surges in Populism have fuelled antagonism from the more resistant audiences. It looks like a climate war. Underneath, however, is a culture war. So maybe for a decisive breakthrough, the climate side could soften on the less directly related radical




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David Hopper

David Hopper

Brand Foresight consultant at, a global research strategy agency. Co-author of The Branded Gentry.

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