Tag Archives: 2017

Politics & Global Warming: October 2017

Drawing from our most recent nationally representative survey, we find substantial changes in climate change beliefs, bipartisan support for a variety of climate and clean energy policies, demand for action by companies, citizens, and governments, and individual willingness to get politically involved. Download the Report Here.
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Politics & Global Warming: May 2017

A majority of registered voters – including large majorities of liberal, moderate and conservative Democrats, Independents, and nearly half or more of liberal and moderate Republicans – want corporations and industry, citizens themselves, the U.S. Congress, President Trump, and their own members of Congress to do more to address global warming. Download the Report Here.
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Climate Change in the American Mind: May 2017

This report finds that More than half of Americans believe that climate change is mostly human caused. That’s the highest level measured since our surveys began in 2008. By contrast, only 30% say it is due mostly to natural changes in the environment, matching the lowest level measured in our November 2016 survey. Download the Report Here.
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High risk U.S. policy on climate change

The British Medical Journal has published an editorial by Mason 4C Professor Mona Sarfaty titled High Risk US Policy on Climate Change. As a family medicine physician, a health policy expert, and now as Director of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, Dr. Sarfaty is uniquely qualified to comment on the health implications of recent…
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