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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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Ending the #climatesilence will go a long way toward creating public and political will for #Climate solutions. Sha… t.co/0eWjXr3VGM

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Silence=Death. Self-silencing=??? Survey: Many federal researchers say politics trump science and are afraid to spe… t.co/COZbJGDVro

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Money can't buy love, but Exxon's money appears to have bought lots of friends in high places--specifically Republi… t.co/k58VDM55H9

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This 90-sec radio story by @ecotone & @CC_Yale makes a powerful case for closing fossil fuel plants to prevent seri… t.co/s1KehcCTM5

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Californians have reason to believe in global warming. And they do, according to ⁦@Mason4C⁩ data cited by ⁦@foxjust… t.co/kqbGS3czHP

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