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Hurricanes and Coastal Evacuation

A survey of Connecticut residents provides insight into why some coastal residents are reluctant to evacuate, even as hurricanes grow more severe.

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Six Americas Super Short Survey (SASSY)

SASSY is a very short survey (four questions) that reveals how your views about global warming compare with other Americans.

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Announcing Yale Climate Opinion Maps 3.0

Updating the geographic diversity of global warming opinion. Eg: majorities in all 50 states and all 435 Congressional Districts support a carbon tax.

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Rwandan People and Mountain Gorillas Face Changing Climate Together

YPCCC and Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting fellowship recipient Elham Shabahat shares research on the impacts of climate change on gorillas.

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Politics and Global Warming: March 2018

This report describes how registered voters view global warming, climate change and energy policies, and personal and collective action.

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Yale Climate Connections

Daily 90-second stories broadcast on 500+ radio stations nationwide and original climate news articles and videos. Click to listen, watch or read!

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What can you do about climate change?

There are many practical actions individuals can take to address climate change. Here are some resources to help you get started.

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Hurricanes and Coastal Evacuation

Six Americas Super Short Survey (SASSY)

New Maps of American Opinion about Global Warming

Rwandan People and Mountain Gorillas Face Changing Climate Together

Politics and Global Warming: March 2018

Yale Climate Connections

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Hurricanes and Coastal Evacuation

Six Americas Super Short Survey (SASSY)

New Maps of American Opinion about Global Warming

Rwandan People and Mountain Gorillas Face Changing Climate Together

Politics and Global Warming: March 2018

Yale Climate Connections

Take Action

What We Do

We conduct scientific research on public climate change knowledge, attitudes, policy preferences, and behavior, and the underlying psychological, cultural, and political factors that influence them. We also engage the public in climate change science and solutions, in partnership with governments, media organizations, companies, and civil society, and with a daily, national radio program, Yale Climate Connections.

From The Director

Welcome! Here you can find our latest research and insights on climate change communication. Please join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn

Anthony Leiserowitz, Director
Yale Program on Climate Change Communication