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Climate Change in the Indian Mind, 2022

81% of people in India are worried about global warming. 64% say the government of India should be doing more to address global warming.

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What Do Video Gamers Think About Global Warming?

American gamers support strong action to reduce global warming.

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Communicating the human causes of global warming increases engagement

Understanding increased more among Republicans than among Democrats.

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Climate Change in the American Mind, April 2022

This report describes Americans’ beliefs and attitudes about global warming.

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International Public Opinion on Climate Change, 2022

Explore findings from 192 countries and territories worldwide, including that large majorities everywhere say climate change is happening.

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Yale Climate Connections

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Climate Change in the Indian Mind, 2022

What Do Video Gamers Think About Global Warming?

Global warming acts like a heat-trapping blanket over the earth.

Climate Change in the American Mind, April 2022

International Public Opinion on Climate Change, 2022

Yale Climate Connections

Climate Change in the Indian Mind, 2022

What Do Video Gamers Think About Global Warming?

Global warming acts like a heat-trapping blanket over the earth.

Climate Change in the American Mind, April 2022

International Public Opinion on Climate Change, 2022

Yale Climate Connections

Climate Change in the Indian Mind, 2022

What Do Video Gamers Think About Global Warming?

Global warming acts like a heat-trapping blanket over the earth.

Climate Change in the American Mind, April 2022

International Public Opinion on Climate Change, 2022

Yale Climate Connections

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

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Anthony Leiserowitz, Director
Yale Program on Climate Change Communication