Climate Change in the American Mind: Beliefs & Attitudes, Spring 2024

Explore the latest Climate Change in the American Mind (CCAM) report based on our Spring 2024 national survey.

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Changes in Global Warming’s Six Americas: An analysis of repeat respondents

Dynamic shifts in perceptions of global warming associated with changes in support for climate policy.

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Understanding pro-climate voters in the United States

Nearly 60 million people– over a third of registered voters in the U.S.– are pro-climate voters.

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Communicating the links between climate change and heat waves with the Climate Shift Index

Communicating heat-related risks is increasingly important as heat waves become more frequent and severe.

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Geeks versus climate change: Understanding video game players’ engagement with global warming

Results suggest that video gamers are a valuable audience for climate change communication.

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For Educators

Free lesson plans and resources for teachers and students to engage with climate change communication topics in an accessible and interactive way.

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Yale Climate Connections

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Climate Change in the American Mind: Beliefs & Attitudes, Spring 2024

Changes in Global Warming’s Six Americas: An analysis of repeat respondents

Understanding pro-climate voters in the United States

Communicating the links between climate change and heat waves with the Climate Shift Index

Geeks versus climate change: Understanding video game players’ engagement with global warming

For Educators

Yale Climate Connections

Climate Change in the American Mind: Beliefs & Attitudes, Spring 2024

Changes in Global Warming’s Six Americas: An analysis of repeat respondents

Understanding pro-climate voters in the United States

Communicating the links between climate change and heat waves with the Climate Shift Index

Geeks versus climate change: Understanding video game players’ engagement with global warming

For Educators

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.

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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