Americans Climate Perspectives: Genders Differ on Climate Attitudes, Impacts and Behaviors

Collection: Behavior change

EcoAmerica and Lake Research Partners fielded the Annual American Climate Perspectives Survey to explore women and men’s attitudes, behaviors and awareness of climate change.
This report provides an analysis of sustainable lifestyle initiatives and engagement strategies to make tangible change in the way people live their daily lives.       WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE A LOOK Fostering and Communicating Sustainable Lifestyles and the UN Environment, aim to increase stakeholders’ understanding of sustainable lifestyles and accelerate the widespread adoption...
George Mason University joined together with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to get Maryland residents’ opinions on climate change, energy sources, and public health. 
Americans have shown an increase in concern about polluted drinking water, from polluted rivers and reservoir; Gallup researchers found that climate change worries are less of a concern for Americans.  
Report from a dialogue of researchers and practitioners on the state of research into public attitudes and behavior about climate change.   Read a summary of the October 2015 gathering at the headquarters of the American Association for the Advancement of Science:
This report discusses American’s views and common discourse on fracking (hydraulic fracturing) as its widespread use to extract oil in the 21st century is increasing.
A large percentage of Americans are voicing concerns about climate change as it presents the greatest threat of this century. Health is a shared value across a wide spectrum of the U.S. population and this reports discusses policymaker’s views on climate change and the emerging approach to building sustainable communities. 
Climate Access, in partnership with the County of Marin, San Francisco-based Owlized and Dr. Susanne Moser used a unique visualization technology enabling community members to be part of decision making processes to help Marin County prepare for climate impacts and build stronger, more resilient communities. WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE A LOOK: The OWL projects goal...