Successful climate messaging that targets Latinos depends not only on choosing the right messenger, but also on understanding and connecting with distinct Latino views and values. Simply translating a message into Spanish isn’t enough – Spanish words and phrases do not always translate directly into English and vice versa. To be effective, the message must be culturally relevant. This research...
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