Tag Archives: The Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media
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Overcoming Climate Fatigue

The past few months have been marked by a deluge of new scientific information about climate change and climate impacts. There were the WG-II and WG-III reports from the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the “What We Know” primer from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and most recently, the third […]

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Media Strategy: Useful Insights from the 1960s

The next several years will mark the 50th anniversary of a myriad of historic events in America’s fight for civil rights, including the passage of the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act. In this article, published on the Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media blog, Michael Svoboda chronicles the insights climate […]

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New Poll: Pro-Climate Political Leaders Win With Majority of Americans

A new report by Yale Project on Climate Change Communication found — at a national and key swing states level — that a pro-climate stance has more potential to benefit political office candidates than harm them. 55% of registered voters said they will take a candidate’s opinion on climate change into consideration this upcoming November […]

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All Plays in Climate Change are Starting Higher

Last month we spoke baseball, but if your speaking to a basketball fan, a recent video by The Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media offers another sports metaphor (at minute 4:52 in video) that can help the public understand why climate change is a game-changer to everyone’s future. The video also offers soundbites […]

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