Tag Archives: communities of color
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(Video) 90% of Hispanics Want Action on Climate Change

We’ve often pointed out on this blog that communities of color show higher levels of climate awareness and concern than the rest of the American population. As Rhea Suh, president of our partner the Natural Resources Defense Council, says in this Fusion interview, this is because they are facing the tangible impacts of climate change […]

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When It Comes to Climate Concern, African-Americans Are Way Ahead

Our research has consistently found that people of color are more aware of climate change and more supportive of solutions than the rest of the public. A recent survey by Green for All and the Natural Resources Defense Council echoed those findings – their poll found that 63 percent of African American voters are strongly in […]

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Day 2: ecoAmerica in Paris – Latino Leaders on Democratizing the Climate Process

The grand postmodern hall in the “Order of the Architects of the Isle of France,” a stately building near the gare de l’est train station in Paris, is abuzz with a language that is not French. This is a gathering to celebrate U.S. Latino and Latin American leadership on climate change at the Paris climate talks. Spanish rules. […]

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