17 December 2019
New climate change survey highlights disconnect b/t knowledge and action
Posted by Shane Hanlon
By Shane M Hanlon
The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication is a great source for all things climate surveys. They put our regular reports on public opinion, partner with programs like George Mason Center for Climate Change Communication on studies, and even has an awesome county-by-county map on climate change opinions.
Last month, they released the most recent version of their Climate Change in the American Mind report, they find some truly interesting stuff. I summarized it via Twitter and have pasted my hottakes below.
– Shane M Hanlon is the Program Manager of AGU’s Sharing Science Program. Find him @EcologyOfShane.
Pity there wasn’t another question, ‘Who should take action on climate change?’ with possible answers: developed countries, developing countries, everyone, me, my country.
The question posed in Shane’s post “Few americans think it’s to late to do anything…” is impenetrable! I’ve read it 4 or 5 times and am still not sure what to say. :/