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2010 Articles

Time to Take Action on Climate Communication

According to Broad International Agreement, a global warming increase beyond 2°C is unacceptable. Because of the physics of the climate system, we must ensure that global emissions of greenhouse gases peak and start to decline rapidly within a decade in order to have...

Public Perceptions of Climate Change as a Human Health Risk: Surveys of the United States, Canada and Malta

Public Perceptions of Climate Change as a Human Health Risk: Surveys of the United States, Canada and Malta Abstract We used data from nationally representative surveys conducted in the United States, Canada and Malta between 2008 and 2009 to answer three questions:...

Public Perceptions of Climate Change as a Health Risk: Surveys of the United States

We used data from nationally representative surveys conducted in the United States, Canada and Malta between 2008 and 2009 to answer three questions: Does the public believe that climate change poses human health risks, and if so, are they seen as current or future...

Americans’ Global Warming Beliefs and Attitudes: June 2010

This report includes measures of public global warming beliefs, risk perceptions, personal importance, information needs, trust in different information sources, attitudes towards individual action, and how these have changed since January, 2010 and November, 2008....

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