2/23/2019 1 Comment
Surveys from different sources show the uptick in public concern for climate change
2018 has brought a record number of extreme weather events, Hurricanes Florence and Michael and California wildfires being the most prominent ones. This led to a common speculation within the circles of scientists and mass media that these extreme weather events would drive up American public concern for climate change. Surveys conducted by the Yale Climate Change Communication Program with George Mason Center for Climate Change Communication show that there is a steady increase in the number of Americans who are most worried about climate change and supportive for aggressive actions to reduce carbon emission since 2013. Surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press seem to reveal the same trend since 2013.
3/2/2019 03:59:50 am
This is all because of global warming. Well, I cannot blame the environment for acting this way; giving us extreme events and we are left no choice but to deal with it. If we are going to trace the roots, it is all because of our actions. People were so reckless with our actions before; we don't think of the environment before and we are suffering now. There's no one to blame but us, in my own opinion, and we need to accept that fact!
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