We have the same debates over and over again in the U.S.
One of the reasons why that happens is because we all don't have access to the same information and we don't share the same points of view.
Certain political groups know this, and exploit that by intentionally sewing disinformation, polarizing information, or purposefully inflammatory content.
We think it's about time we have a process for considering all available information so that we can come to consensus on what's fact and what's fiction regarding social issues.
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And the debate is featured around the following questions:
- Is climate change happening?
- Are humans in part, or wholly, the cause?
- How serious is climate change?
- What could and/or should we do about it?
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It's about time we figure this out together, don't you think?