Students in Hong Kong boycott classes and raise slogans in Central on March 15, as part of a global student protest movement against inaction on climate change. Photo: Felix Wong

Four hurdles to cross before everyone joins the climate change fight

  • Fast-food chains’ attempts to cut back on single-use plastics are a positive step that might encourage green habits. However, cognitive biases that prevent collective action against less-urgent challenges run deep
Topic |   Climate change

TOP PICKS

Students in Hong Kong boycott classes and raise slogans in Central on March 15, as part of a global student protest movement against inaction on climate change. Photo: Felix Wong
READ FULL ARTICLE