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Attitudes towards and framing of climate change

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Politics & Global Warming, April 2020: Poll on American's attitudes. Yale Climate Connections

 

We’re Not Ready for the Next Big Climate Disasters. The New York Times

 

New Report Charts Path to Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050, Recommends Near-Term Policies to Ensure Fair and

Equitable Economic Transition and Revitalization of Manufacturing Industry. National Academy of Science

 

Almost Two-thirds of People Believe Climate Change is a Global Emergency, UN Poll Finds. CNN

 

Video: "Climate Change Is Not a Subjective Thing.’" How Does the U.S. Approach to the Environment Look From Abroad? The New York Times

 

The Benefits of Accepting the Climate Crisis as Our Forever Emergency. Yes Magazine

 

10 Examples of Environmental Racism and How it Works. Yes! Magazine

 

What do Shifting Attitudes to Climate Change Mean for Small Island States?  Arab News

 

Climate Is Taking On a Growing Role for Voters, Research Suggests. The New York Times

 

Global Warmings Six Americas. Yale Climate Connections

 

Two-Thirds of Americans Think Government Should Do More on Climate. Pew Research Center

 

Americans See Climate as a Concern, Even Amid Coronavirus Crisis. The New York Times

 

Kim Stanley Robinson: The Coronavirus Is Rewriting Our Imaginations. The NewYorker

 

Jonathan Franzen. What If We Stopped Pretending? The Climate Apocalypse Is Coming. The NewYorker

 

High Levels of Climate Change Acceptance in a New British survey. National Center for Science Education

 

11,000 World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency. Bioscience

 

Poll: Voters Really Care About Climate Change. The Atlantic

 

Majority of US Adults Believe Climate Change is Most Important Issue Today. Science Daily

 

The 10 Facts That Prove We're in a Climate Emergency. Wired

 

The Environmental Burden of Generation Z. The Washington Post Magazine

 

How Scientists Got Climate Change So Wrong. The New York Times

 

The Trait that Makes Us Hesitate on Climate Change. Minneapolis StarTribune

 

Americans Increasingly See Climate Change as a Crisis, Poll Shows. Minneapolis StarTribune

 

Most Americans say climate change should be addressed now — CBS News poll. CBS

 

American Voters Support Climate Action. Yale Climate Connections

 

Community Climate Change: Focus on the Framing, Not Just the Facts. Climate Reality Project\

 

Global Warming Age Gap: Younger Americans Most Worried. Gallup Poll

 

Time To Panic. The New York Times

 

Video: The Great American Lawn: How the Dream was Manufactured. The New York Times

 

Politics & Global Warming, April 2019: Polling data indicating differences by political party. Yale Climate Connections

 

Most Teachers Don't Teach Climate Change; 4 in 5 Parents Wish They Did. Minnesota Public Radio

 

Climate’s Troubling Unknown Unknowns. The New York Times

 

Three Things We Must Understand About Climate Breakdown. Medium

 

The Growing Frequency of Extreme Weather Dulls People’s Awareness of Climate Change Impacts, Researchers Say. Yale Climate Connections

 

We Might Be Reaching "Peak Indifference" on Climate Change. Wired

 

A Green Real Deal Will put the President on the Defensive in the Next Election. The New York Times

 

Climate Change is a Class IssueRadical Urbanist

 

Katharine Hayhoe:"A Thermometer is not Liberal or Conservative." The Guardian

 

Five Myths About Climate Change. The Washington Post

 

The Case for “Conditional Optimism” on Climate Change. Vox

 

Poll: Most Americans Believe in Human-Made Climate Change, But a Shocking Number Still Don't. EcoWatch

 

National Teachers Group Confronts Climate Denial: Keep the Politics Out of Science Class. Inside Climate News

 

What If Mother Nature Is on the Ballot in 2020? The New York Times

 

How Your Brain StopsYou from Taking Climate Change Seriously. PBS NewsHour

 

John Kerry: If We Fail on Climate, It Won’t Be Just Trump’s Fault. The New York Times

 

Where Americans (Mostly) Agree on Climate Change Policies, in Five Maps. The New York Times

 

Heatwave Seems to Make Manmade Climate Change Real for Americans. The Guardian

 

Racial Resentment May Be Fueling Climate Denial. Nexus Media

 

Prominent Scientist Michael E. Mann Rebukes Climate Change Denialism at Case Western Reserve University Conference (Video)

 

How the Science of Persuasion Could Change the Politics of Climate Change. MIT Technology Review

 

Americans Support Teaching About Global Warming. Climate Change Communication

 

Don’t Look Now, but Reality Is Winning the Climate Debate: Shifts in polling data. The Washington Post

 

Bill McKibben: Winning Slowly Is the Same as LosingRolling Stone

 

Republican Voters Are More Entrenched in Climate Denial Than Ever. Here's Why. Think Progress

 

About Half of Americans Don’t Think Climate Change Will Affect Them — Here’s Why. The Verge

 

68% of Democrats versus 18% of Republicans believe that climate change should be a top priority. Pew Research Foundation

 

Battered by Extreme Weather, Americans are More Worried About Climate Change. The Guardian 

 

A Climate Science Report That Changes Minds? Don’t Bet on It. The New York Times

 

Harrowing Storms May Move Climate Debate, if Not G.O.P. Leaders. The New York Times

 

Climate Change in the American Mind: May 2017. Center for Climate Change Communication

 

The Real Unknown of Climate Change: Our Behavior. The New York Times

 

Robert Jay Lifton: Our Changing Climate Mind-Set. The New York Times

 

Climate Denialism Is Literally Killing Us. The Nation

 

Climate Change: An issue in the eye of the beholder. Medium

 

Stanford Sociologist Attempts To Explain Puzzling Lack of Grassroots Climate Change Activism in U.S. Stanford News

 

Our Climate Future Is Actually Our Climate Present. The New York Times

 

Climate Change and Loss, As If People Mattered: Values, Places, and Experiences. Wiley Library

 

The Psychology of Climate Change Denial: Why Skeptics Refuse to Believe the Science. Stuff

 

How To Teach Kids About Climate Change Where Most Parents Are SkepticsThe Washington Post

 

Pipeline to the Classroom: How Big Oil Promotes Fossil Fuels to America's Children. The Guardian

 

Climate Science Meets a Stubborn Obstacle: Students. The New York Times

 

Scientists Just Published a Study Calling Out the Head of the EPA by Name. Think Progress

 

Why Humans Are So Bad at Thinking About Climate Change

 

Skeptical Science: Critiques of climate change deniers or skeptics

 

Politicians introducing bills framing teaching about climate change as "controversial"

 

Changing Minds on a Changing Climate: Survey results. Yale Climate Connections 

 

Climate Change Skeptic Group Seeks to Influence 200,000 Teachers. Frontline

 

Yale Climate Opinion Maps: Variations in attitudes towards climate change by county. Yale Climate Communications

 

How Americans Think About Climate Change, in Six Maps. The New York Times

 

Pope Francis: Destroying the Environment Is a Sin. EcoWatch

 

Pope Francis: “Every Person Living on This Planet” Should Act on Climate. Slate

 

EcoJustice Education: Resource website

 

Red State Rural America is Acting on Climate Change Without Calling it Climate Change. The Conversation

 

Scientists Tried to Redo 38 Climate Change-denying Studies — And It Didn't Go Very Well. Business Insider

 

Only 6 in 10 British Adults Believe Climate Change is Caused by Humans. The Canary

 

Global Warming and Climate Change Myths

 

Pew: Only 27% of Americans Believe There is Consensus That Human Activity Causes Climate Change. CNSNews

 

79% of Liberal Dems Say the Earth is Warming Mostly Due to Human Activity; 15% of Conservative Republicans Agree. Pew Research Center

 

If Climate Change Is the Existential Crisis of Our Age, Why Isn’t it Getting More Attention? World Resources Institute

 

Framing Climate Change: Values Matter. Triple Pundent

 

6 Things We Learned about Changing People’s Minds on Climate. University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment

 

Caring for Creation Makes the Christian Case for Climate Action. The Guardian

 

Poll: Americans Favor Slightly Higher Bills to Fight Warming. Associated Press


Americans’ Polarization Over Climate is Widening, and the Facts Don’t MatterMinnPost

 

Do Teachers Shape Kids’ Beliefs About Climate Change? Pacific Standard

 

A Military View on Climate Change: It's Eroding Our National Security and We Should Prepare for It. The Conversation

 

Global Concern about Climate Change, Broad Support for Limiting Emissions. Pew Research Center

 

Overall Americans are Becoming Less Skeptical about Global Warming, But There are Still Partisan Divisions. Brookings Institute

 

Many Conservative Republicans Believe Climate Changes is a Real Threat. The New York Times

 

“It’s Time to Stop This Madness”: Philippines Plea at UN Climate Talks. Climate Home

 

Global Warming Hits Close to Home: Human-Induced Climate Change is Getting Personal, Even in America. Salon

 

Refusing To Acknowledge the Problem of Climate Change Denial


Bill McKibben: Time to Declare a War (Literally) on Climate Change. 
Common Dreams


Behind Sloshing Views on Global Warming, a Steady Rise in Concern. 
The New York Times

 

Geo-literacy Projects Build Students Understanding of Our Complex World

 

POLL-Most Americans See Combating Climate Change as a Moral Duty

 

What the World Thinks about Climate Change in 7 Charts. Pew Research Center

 

How Leonardo DiCaprio Became One of the World's Top Climate Change Champions. The Guardian 

 

Ecomodernist Manifesto

 

United Nations: Goals for Sustainability Development

 

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