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January 11 2014

Anthony Leiserowitz on MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry Show

On Saturday, January 11th, 2013, YPCCC Director Anthony Leiserowitz spent the morning discussing, among other things, the parallels between climate change and the smoking debate on MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry Show.  Watch the conversation below.

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Topics: Attitudes & Beliefs Citizen Behavior Health Knowledge / Climate Literacy Media Outreach Projects Politics / Elections Risk Communication Risk Perceptions
September 13 2013

What’s Next? A Town Hall Meeting with US Sen. Chris Murphy

On September 13, 2013, YPCCC Director Anthony Leiserowitz moderated a town hall meeting featuring US Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) about climate change impacts in New England.

Other panelists included Kerry Emanuel of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Alexander Felson, Director of the Urban Ecology and Design Laboratory of the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Yale School of Architecture; Marion McFadden, Acting Executive Director of the Hurricane Sandy Task Force; Katie Scharf Dykes of the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection; and Professor Ronald Smith of the Center for Earth Observation in Yale’s Department of Geology and Geophysics.

 

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Topics: Attitudes & Beliefs Outreach Projects Policy Support Politics / Elections Vulnerability & Resilience
June 28 2013

Bill Maher & Anthony Leiserowitz Talk Global Warming and Obama’s Climate Speech

HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" featured YPCCC Director Anthony Leiserowitz on Global Warming's Six Americas and President Obama's climate speech.

 

Anthony Leiserowitz on Bill Maher from Yale University on Vimeo.

 

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Topics: Attitudes & Beliefs Policy Support Politics / Elections
April 02 2013

A National Survey of Republicans and Republican-­‐Leaning Independents on Energy and Climate Change

A National Survey of Republicans and Republican-­‐Leaning Independents on Energy and Climate Change

Highlights:

  • A majority of respondents (52%) believe climate change is happening, while 26 percent believe it is not, and 22 percent say they “don’t know.”
  • A large majority (77%) says the United States should use more renewable energy sources (solar, wind & geothermal) in the future. Among those who support expanded use of renewable energy, nearly 7 out of 10 think the U.S. should increase the use of renewable energy “immediately”.
  • By a margin of 2 to 1, respondents say America should take action to reduce our fossil fuel use.

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Topics: Attitudes & Beliefs Policy Support Politics / Elections
January 15 2013

The Political Benefits to Taking a Pro-Climate Stand in 2013

The Political Benefits to Taking a Pro-Climate Stand in 2013

This brief report draws upon data from our latest national survey (September 2012) to investigate this question: On balance, do political leaders stand to benefit, or not, from talking about and supporting action to address global warming?

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Topics: Policy Support Politics / Elections
January 07 2013

Ending the Silence on Climate Change

Remember climate change? Anthony Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, appeared on Moyers & Company to discuss the challenge of getting people to talk about climate change.

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Topics: Attitudes & Beliefs Policy Support Politics / Elections
November 13 2012

Public Support for Climate and Energy Policies in September 2012

Public Support for Climate and Energy Policies in September 2012

Highlights

  • A large majority of Americans (77%) say global warming should be a “very high” (18%), “high” (25%), or “medium” priority (34%) for the president and Congress. One in four (23%) say it should be a low priority.
  • Nearly all Americans (92%) say the president and the Congress should make developing sources of clean energy a “very high” (31%), “high” (38%), or “medium” priority (23%)....

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Topics: Citizen Behavior Policy Support Politics / Elections
September 24 2012

The Potential Impact of Global Warming on the 2012 Presidential Election

The Potential Impact of Global Warming on the 2012 Presidential Election

Highlights

A new national survey finds that 11% of likely voters remain undecided about whom they will vote for President. The majority of these undecided voters say the Presidential candidates’ positions on global warming will be one of several important factors determining how they cast their vote.

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Topics: Attitudes & Beliefs Politics / Elections
August 14 2012

The Political Benefits of Taking a Pro-Climate Stand in 2012

The Political Benefits of Taking a Pro-Climate Stand in 2012

This brief report draws upon data from a nationally representative survey conducted in March 2012 (Climate Change in the American Mind) and other research to investigate the question: On balance, will candidates for political office benefit or be harmed by talking about and supporting action to reduce global warming?

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Topics: Policy Support Politics / Elections
May 13 2012

Willingness to pay and political support for a U.S. national clean energy standard

In 2010 and 2011, Republicans and Democrats proposed mandating clean power generation in the electricity sector. To evaluate public support for a national clean energy standard (NCES), we conducted a nationally representative survey that...

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Topics: Citizen Behavior Energy Use / Conservation Policy Support Politics / Elections
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