, George Mason Center for Climate Change Communication
This survey was given to members of an African American physician’s association. Results show that members were likely to believe in climate change, say that it was affecting the health of their patients, and support climate action. It also confirms that doctors believe that climate change will disproportionately impact those who are already vulnerable. This report may be useful to climate communicators who seek to interface with the health community or to convey the consensus from the well-trusted medical profession.