Monday, April 13, 2015

Social ties to environmental orgs linked to climate actions

A new study published in Nature demonstrates that individuals with social ties to environmental organizations are more likely to have plans for reducing their own contributions to climate change. As the data on climate change has continued to come in, researchers have sought to understand the public’s resistance to taking action, and the determinants of their attitudes toward climate change. The new study, published by researchers from the University of British Columbia, examines how social...-> read more

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