Our Mission

As a result of human activity – primarily the burning of fossil fuels – the earth’s climate is becoming dangerously disrupted and destabilized. Our mission is to develop and apply social science insights to help society make informed decisions that will stabilize the earth’s life-sustaining climate, and prevent further harm from climate change. To achieve this goal, our center engages in three broad activities: we conduct unbiased communication research; we help government agencies, civic organizations, professional associations, and companies apply social science research to improve their public engagement initiatives; and we train students and professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to improve public engagement with climate change.

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What We Do:

Programs:

 

Climate Change in
the American Mind
TV Weathercasters as Climate Educators Program on Climate & Health
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Climate Resilience Communication
for the Mid-Atlantic
RepublicEn NPS Climate Change Communication
Internship Program
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The Climate Change Election? t.co/oZSTKmNer0 via @slate Data via @YaleClimateComm @Mason4C

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Which is more troubling? 14% of Americans ~convinced global warming signals #EndTimes or 14% saying "PROBABLY not." t.co/hn8370Wni9

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#MasonResearch @Mason4c & @YaleClimateComm surveyed 1,204 American adults in March 2016. They found: t.co/LrqiyDzGbA

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