My Turn: Climate change denier reference list

My suggestions for climate denier Dave Chrisman’s letter on May 26: Get out of your information bubble for awhile.

Please educate yourself.

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Check ecowatch.com and search for “report”. And read! At least the reports this year. Last year would be good, too.

Put on your critical thinking cap (that is not a MAGA cap.)

Search Youtube.com for David Attenborough’s “1 BBC ONE N West Climate Change The Facts”

Watch the Netflix series “Our Planet” with world-renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough, who serves as the voice. The ambitious series has been created in collaboration with Silverback Films, whose director Alastair Fothergill was the creator of the critically acclaimed original Planet Earth and Blue Planet series, and WWF, the world’s leading conservation organization.

Watch the documentary “The Human Element.” (thehumanelementmovie.com) You can watch it on iTunes and Amazon in the very least.

Watch the documentary “The Age of Consequences.” (theageofconsequences.com) Available on iTunes and Amazon.

Watch the documentary “Chasing Ice” (chasingice.com) Available on Amazon’s Prime Video and iTunes.

Check out skepticalscience.com

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For readers who are concerned about friends or family who still have their heads in the sand re: climate change … please pass on the information I provided.

Gail Jackson is a resident of Waikoloa.