Climate Change In the American Mind Articles

The attitude-behavior gap on climate action: How can it be bridged?

There are many ways that people can take action to reduce climate change, from personal behaviors like eating a more plant-rich diet to collective behaviors like political activism. Political activism (such as contacting government officials to express support for...

Support for climate justice across Global Warming’s Six Americas

Photo by Fabrice Florin / Flickr Climate justice is an essential component of addressing climate change. The groups and nations that have historically contributed least to the causes of climate change are experiencing the most harm  from it. These harms, in turn,...

Climate Change in the American Mind: Beliefs & Attitudes, Fall 2023

Download Full Report Report Summary This report is based on findings from a nationally representative survey – Climate Change in the American Mind – conducted by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and the George Mason University...

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