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People don’t really talk about climate change. Here’s how to start. – The Washington Post

Listen 8 min Comment on this story Comment Gift Article Although a majority of Americans say they are concerned about climate change, it appears many aren’t really talking to their close friends and family about it. According to a 2022…

Three Approaches for Engaging Global Warming’s ‘Six Americas’ – PR News – For Smart Communicators

With the August 12, 2022, passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and its host of incentives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% during the next seven years, more communicators will be tasked with messaging about climate change. By this…

Experience with global warming is changing people’s minds about it – Yale Program on Climate Change Communication

Kallie Kujawa (2020), Bozeman, MT, Bridger Foothills Fire We are pleased to announce the publication of a new article, “Changing minds about global warming: vicarious experience predicts self-reported opinion change in the USA” in the journal Climatic Change. Americans are…

What Do Video Gamers Think About Global Warming? – Yale Program on Climate Change Communication

This report presents results from a national survey, conducted as a partnership between the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and Unity (the world’s leading platform for creating and operating interactive, real-time 3D (RT3D) content), investigating climate change knowledge, attitudes,…

New poll shows American doubts on personally affecting climate change – Axios

Fewer Americans think their actions influence climate change than they did three years ago, an AP-NORC poll out Monday found. By the numbers: The poll also found that Americans are less concerned about how climate change may impact them personally…

Communicating the human causes of global warming increases public engagement – Yale Program on Climate Change Communication

Benxi Steel Industries. By Andreas Habich – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=28345841 We are pleased to announce the publication of a new article, “Information about the human causes of global warming influences causal attribution, concern, and policy support related to…

Large Majority of Americans Blame Warming for Extreme Weather – Scientific American

CLIMATEWIRE | As extreme weather wracks much of the globe, large majorities of Americans believe that in many cases, climate change is to blame. Roughly three-quarters of respondents to a recent poll said global warming is affecting weather-related issues in…

Which Elected Leaders Should Do More on Climate? Here’s What Americans Say.

It’ll take some time to understand how Americans view last week’s collapse of climate legislation in Congress, but previous data holds some clues. When asked which elected officials should do more on climate, Americans point to Congress, according to recent…

Which Elected Leaders Should Do More on Climate? Here’s What Americans Say. – The New York Times

It’ll take some time to understand how Americans view last week’s collapse of climate legislation in Congress, but previous data holds some clues. When asked which elected officials should do more on climate, Americans point to Congress, according to recent…

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