Tag Archives: 2018

National Association of Black Journalists Member Survey, 2018

This report provides the initial findings from an online census survey of National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) members conducted as part of the Climate Matters in the Newsroom project— a National Science Foundation-funded collaboration between George Mason University, Climate Central, NASA, NOAA, NABJ and other professional societies—the aim of which is to enable local,…
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National Association of Hispanic Journalists Member Survey, 2018

This report provides the initial findings from an online census survey of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) members conducted as part of the Climate Matters in the Newsroom project—a National Science Foundation-funded collaboration between George Mason University, Climate Central, NASA, NOAA, NAHJ and other professional societies—the aim of which is to enable local,…
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Climate Change in the American Mind: March 2018

Our March 2018 survey finds that a large majority of Americans think global warming is happening, outnumbering those who don’t by 5 to 1. Americans are also growing more certain that global warming is happening. Certainty has increased 12 percentage points in the past 3 years, with 49% of the public now “extremely” or “very sure”…
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March for Science 2017

To the best of our knowledge, the 2017 March for Science was the largest ever public demonstration on behalf of science. What motivated so many people to show their support for science last spring by taking to the streets? Mason 4C researchers Teresa Myers, John Kotcher, John Cook, Lindsey Beall, and Ed Maibach had the…
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