Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED) and Ecoamerica
A guide for scientists, educators, journalists and the interested public on the difficulties that individuals and groups have in processing and responding effectively to long-term and complex societal challenges.
CLIMATE CHANGE COMMUNICATION, YALE AND GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
A series of national and state surveys on public understanding, attitudes and perceptions of the causes, consequences and solutions of climate change.
ecoAmerica Research group
A series of reports from communications research and social science research examine American attitudes and suggest that climate change is a mainstream concern.
Let's Talk Climate: Messages to Motivate Americans
Findings from rigorously tested message research on climate change designed to engage Americans across political and demographic groups on solutions. Includes tips for application, what to avoid, and thematic language on faith, health, communities, higher education, and business.
The cultural cognition project at Yale Law School
This study and others describe how values can lead the public to disagree, often sharply and persistently, about facts that expert scientists largely agree on.