“Climate Change in Our Everyday Lives” gives an indication of what it’s about: what is very near, that which troubles the respondent or irritates them, and something which – when we enlarge on it – has to do with climate change.
The most concise answer to this questions was what I got from my doctor last Thursday during a routine visit. I asked her suddenly what she thought of climate change within her daily life. She stopped and asked, “Quite spontaneously?” I: “Yes, quite spontaneously”. She: “Well, I can think of something. Yesterday was parents’ evening in the school. These parents irritate me who always bring their kids to school with the auto…… because the cello has to be protected, or the boy might get wet… or come too late…. I said this and got many excuses.“
[Ute Wannig, Bad Vilbel/Germany]