Climate Change in the American Mind

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The politics of climate change are a little fraught: some have made stopping climate change their life’s mission, while others don’t believe it exists at all. That’s why Yale’s Tony Leiserowitz argues that climate change isn’t a technological problem but a social problem — one that requires us to look at the deeper psychological, cultural, political, and geographic factors driving public environmental perception and behavior. In this workshop, Leiserowitz shares the latest findings on how to build public and political will around the biggest issue of our generation.

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