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2007
Ed Maibach and Connie Roser-Renouf came to George Mason University to create Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication.
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2008
We conducted our first Climate Change in the American Mind (CCAM) national public opinion poll with Yale.
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2009
Ed Maibach was awarded a Health Policy Investigator Award by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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Hey @BettinaGetchell: Check out t.co/4whktv0Pk7. It's the most important book I read last year.… t.co/hsCVfzhoQ3

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Roger that. It’s all hands on deck time for climate solutions: clean energy; drawdown; resilience. Fast & furious s… t.co/3CX9sSONyq

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Nice use of our @YaleClimateComm @Mason4C research on Meet The Press Sunday. Thank you @chucktodd! Keep your eyes o… t.co/CKLsnxl6vT

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[email protected] More important than most Americans agreeing re climate change, our polling finds high rates of support… t.co/DGmvuSLRcb

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