Climate Change Is All Most of Us Have Ever Known
By Editor - Fri Jun 14, 2:37 pm
“Undeniable” might be a useful descriptor, but let’s frame climate change differently: how this reality manifests itself within the human experience, and how politics are being shaped by that experience. In 2015, the global median age was just below 30, so a changing climate is the only thing most people on Earth have known. Different age groups have contrasting views of a climate of constant change and volatility. A recent Gallup poll separated Americans into three climate change cohorts: “Concerned believers” are highly worried about global warming, think it will pose a serious threat in their lifetime, believe it’s the result of human activity, and think news reports about it are accurate or underestimate the problem.
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