Mason's Center for Climate Change Communication Celebrating 10 Years

by Mary Lee Clark

Ed Maibach and his team at the Center for Climate Change Communication have been tracking Americans' perception of climate change for more than 10 years through the Mason-Yale climate change survey. The results of those reports, including the most recent one, which came out in December 2018,  are distributed across the country and become the focus of articles in major publications such as National GeographicThe New York Times and Forbes.​

"Climate change is the biggest public health problem we face,” said Maibach. “If we don't stabilize our climate, human health and well-being will be harmed, potentially catastrophically so, and that harm will play out over many generations." To read the article in full, please click here.

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