Beliefs and Attitudes Articles

Changes in Global Warming’s Six Americas: An analysis of repeat respondents

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new article, “Changes in Global Warming’s Six Americas: An analysis of repeat respondents” in the journal Climatic Change. The Global Warming’s Six Americas framework describes six climate change audiences...

Understanding pro-climate voters in the United States

2024 is a critically important election year for the climate, both in the U.S. and around the world. Many important federal climate policies, including the transition to clean energy, investments in underserved and more vulnerable communities, and participation...

Mason 4C named ‘Friend of the Planet’ award winner by NCSE

We are honored and pleased to announce that the Center for Climate Change Communication is the recipient of the 2024 Friend of the Planet award by the National Center for Science Education (NCSE). “The Center for Climate Change Communication’s...

Who thinks people can affect what the government does about global warming?

Many Americans are worried about climate change, but research finds that relatively few engage in political action to influence policymakers. A key to collective action is a group’s sense of collective efficacy, the perception that a group of...

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