How Faith Communities Lead Social Movements
How Faith Communities Lead Social Movements: Lessons for Climate Advocacy from the Immigration, Black Lives Matter, and President Trump Election Campaigns.
Climate Priorities 2019: American Support for Solutions and Green New Deal
New Poll Shows Democrats, Independents and Republicans Aligned in Support for Key Policies of Green New Deal and other Climate Solutions.
Mental Health and Climate Change
Mental Health and Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Implications, and Guidance (2017)
This guide chronicles the impacts of climate change on Americans’ health and psychological well-being, including increases in stress and anxiety, loss of community identity, heightened aggression and violence, and many others. It builds from our 2014 Beyond Storms and Droughts research, and is intended to further inform and empower health and medical professionals, community and elected leaders, and the public.
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Beyond Storms & Droughts: The Psychological Impacts of Climate Change (2014)
This report explores the likely psychological impacts of climate change, from stress, anxiety, and depression to increases in violence and aggression and loss of community identity. This research is a joint project between ecoAmerica and the American Psychological Association.
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American Climate Metrics Survey 2018
Guidance for the Climate Movement from our American Climate Metrics Survey (2018).
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May 2018 | Research
American Climate Perspectives Mid-Year Summary 2018
Our mid-year summary synthesizes key data points and trends from our most recent research. Find out what conclusions we’ve drawn so far this year from learning about people’s opinions and attitudes about climate, as well as the perceived benefits and solutions.
May 3, 2017 | Research
American Climate Metrics 2017
Our most recent polling of Los Angelenos reveals trends and shifts in climate attitudes and behavior since 2015. See how the results compare to broader climate values across America.
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American Climate Metrics 2016
Guidance for the Climate Movement from our American Climate Metrics Survey (2016)
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Let’s Talk Climate Series
Let’s Talk Climate: Messages to Motivate Americans Download | View the Webinar
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15 Steps to Effective Climate Communications
This guide is an update to our original Communicating on Climate: 13 Steps and Guiding Principles. Drawn from the latest research and real-life experience, it outlines a specific, easy-to-follow process for crafting and delivering successful climate change messages.
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Achieving a Climate for Health: Philanthropy to Promote Health and Justice Through the Challenges of Climate Change
This report, a collaboration between ecoAmerica and Health and Environmental Funders Network, is designed to introduce grantmakers to issues and opportunities that lie at the intersection of climate change and health.
Connecting on Climate: A Guide to Effective Climate Communication
A joint project between the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED) at the Earth Institute, Columbia University and ecoAmerica, this guide includes research from a range of social science fields, including psychology, anthropology, and behavioral economics, and is designed to be useful for experienced and novice communicators alike.