With climate change now our daily reality, climate scientists are working hard to understand its effects. And as climate denial and misinformation seems to crop up everywhere these days, it’s more important than ever that we keep tabs of current climate science so we can be effective, informed activists.
With that in mind, each month we’ll be bringing you a curated roundup of the some of the most important current studies on climate-related science, from studies on our changing ocean to news about climate’s effects on key industries.
The Yale Climate Opinion Maps were recently updated to reflect current information on how people across the United States view climate change. Among other things, the maps now show that seven in 10 registered voters believe the U.S. should remain a participant in the international agreement to limit climate change, and that 70 percent of Americans think global warming is happening and will harm future generations. The updates to the maps also include information by urban area and counties, and add additional survey questions. See all articles →