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Is Global Warming Affecting the Weather? The Role of Emotion, Politics, and Experience in Public Opinion

In a new paper, we investigate what factors make people more likely to say that global warming is affecting the weather.

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Canadian Climate Opinion Maps 2018

A majority of Canadians see climate impacts in their provinces.

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How Political Polarization Increased on the Green New Deal

Our new article documents the dramatic changes in Americans’ awareness of and support for the Green New Deal in just four months.

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Poll: Texas Voters Support Climate Action

A new poll shows broad support for shifting towards renewables as Texans feel the effects of extreme weather.

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A majority of Americans are worried about extreme weather

Our latest national survey finds that a majority of Americans are worried about local harm from extreme heat, drought, flooding, or water shortages.

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Yale Climate Connections

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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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Is Global Warming Affecting the Weather?

Canadian Climate Opinion Maps 2018

How Political Polarization Increased on the Green New Deal

Poll: Texas Voters Support Climate Action

A majority of Americans are worried about extreme weather

Yale Climate Connections

Take Action

Is Global Warming Affecting the Weather?

Canadian Climate Opinion Maps 2018

How Political Polarization Increased on the Green New Deal

Poll: Texas Voters Support Climate Action

A majority of Americans are worried about extreme weather

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