NewEnergyNews: Attitudes On Climate Shifting

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    Thursday, September 19, 2019

    Attitudes On Climate Shifting

    'Americans are waking up': Two-thirds say climate crisis must be addressed

    Oliver Milman, September 17, 2019 (National Catholic Reporter)

    “Two-thirds of Americans believe climate change is either a crisis or a serious problem, with a majority wanting immediate action to address global heating and its damaging consequences…[New polling ] substantial if uneven support for tackling the issue…[More than a quarter of Americans] consider climate change a ‘crisis’…[and more] than half of polled Americans said they wanted the climate crisis to be confronted right away…There is a consensus among climate scientists that the world is heating up due to human activities such as burning fossil fuels for electricity generation and transportation, as well as cutting down forests. However, just 44% of poll respondents said human activity was a major contributor to climate change. More than a quarter said our impact was minor or nonexistent…

    [There are still] sharp ideological differences in attitudes to the climate crisis. While nearly seven in 10 Democratic voters understand that humans significantly influence the climate and 80% want immediate action, just 20% of Republicans think humans are a primary cause and barely a quarter want rapid action…[But a generational divide] cuts across party affiliation, with two-thirds of Republican voters aged under 45 considering it their duty to address the climate crisis…” click here for more

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