Do People “Personally Experience” Global Warming, and If So How, and Does It Matter?

Aug 30, 2012 | All Categories, Journal Articles

For most people, the direct and personally observable signals of climate change should be difficult to detect amid the variability of everyday weather. Yet, previous research has shown that some people believe they have personally experienced global warming. Through four related studies, our paper sheds light on what signals of global warming some people believe they are detecting, why, and whether or not it matters.  Download the Article Here.