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New ecoAmerica Webinar Now Available – American Climate Values 2014: Insights by Racial and Ethnic Groups

ecoAmerica is pleased to announce that a recording of our webinar on the climate values of African, Asian, and Hispanic/Latino Americans is now available online. The webinar is a follow-up to ecoAmerica’s recently-released report American Climate Values 2014 Insights by Racial and Ethnic Groups.   The 60-minute webinar overviews the various climate viewpoints and distinct values […]

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Register Now: In 3 days Webinar on American Climate Values by Racial/Ethnic Groups

  ecoAmerica invites you to join us for a free webinar on how African, Asian, and Hispanic/Latino Americans think, feel, and react to climate and change, including guidance on how to best engage these communities on climate solutions.   If we really want to make a difference in the trajectory of climate change quickly, we […]

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New ecoAmerica Research: Climate Values by Racial and Ethnic Groups

ecoAmerica is proud to announce the release of our newest research report, American Climate Values 2014: Insights by Racial and Ethnic Groups. This report builds upon the findings of the American Climate Values 2014: Psychographic and Demographic Insights report, released this past March, and uncovers the common and distinct climate change viewpoints, values and beliefs of African, […]

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New Research: What Moves Americans to Support Social Change?

ecoAmerica is pleased to announce the release of our newest research report: Campaigns II: Recent Learnings from Other Social Movements. This case study examines the primary social and engagement factors that drove marijuana legalization, marriage equality, and Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign to victory, and provides recommendations on how to apply these learnings to successfully […]

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Tapping into Viral Memes to Boost Climate Change Positioning

A recent post from Co.Exist highlights Joe Brewer and Balazs Karafiath, partners of San Francisco consultancy DarwinSF, who say that “Global Warming is a Virus.” The post explains the popularity of memes, their ability to go viral in a short amount of time, and how this strategy can be employed in climate change communication. Brewer […]

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