We are way behind on actions needed to curb climate change, but big social changes can sometimes occur far more rapidly than expected. Reaching a social tipping point for climate action may only require support from a surprisingly small number of people, and we may be closer than we think to a wave of people-power that will produce the required actions. By understanding the mechanisms of behavior change and the dynamics that can lead to social tipping points, we can potentially accelerate the adoption of climate solutions.
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