ecoAmerica conducts world-class research to understand which Americans are ready to move on climate, how, and how to speak with them in ways that motivate action. We offer psychographic and values-based research, topical research on trends and to consolidate social science into guidance, communications research, and tested messaging guidance for effective climate conversations.
May 23, 2022 | Research
Making the Climate and Health Connection
Climate change impacts – especially air pollution, severe storms, and disease-carrying insects – make Americans concerned for their health and safety.
January 26, 2022 | Research
More Americans Are Concerned About Climate Change
Almost half of Americans are very concerned about climate change, yet only 14% think others around them are very concerned.
Americans Feel Most Comfortable Talking About Climate Change With Friends and Family
ecoAmerica’s latest American Climate Perspectives Survey identifies who Americans feel comfortable talking about climate change with.
Climate Change: The More You Know, The More You Care
ecoAmerica’s latest American Climate Perspectives Survey identifies driving forces behind climate change concerns among Americans.
Climate Change & 2022 Midterms
Find out specific demographic breakdowns of voters who back climate candidates and what motivates them to bring climate change to the polls.
Mental Health and Our Changing Climate, 2021 Edition
This report chronicles the impacts of climate change on Americans’ mental health and psychological well-being and provides…
American Energy Attitudes
Repeated scientific polling was conducted over five years to observe trends in American energy attitudes.
November 3, 2021 | Research
Mental Health and Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Inequities, Responses
This report chronicles the impacts of climate change on Americans’ mental health and psychological well-being and provides guidance and resources to act and advocate.
2021 American Climate Perspectives
Trends and developments of Americans’ climate perspectives in 2021.
2020 American Climate Perspectives
Trends and developments of Americans’ climate perspectives in 2020.
September 2019 | Research
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
March 2019 | Research
Climate Priorities 2019: American Support for Solutions and Green New Deal
Poll Shows Democrats, Independents and Republicans Aligned in Support for Key Policies of Green New Deal and other Climate Solutions
2019 American Climate Perspectives
Trends and developments of Americans’ climate perspectives in 2019.
American Climate Values Survey | Psychographic and Demographic Insights
The American Climate Values Survey 2014 assesses climate and other values to provide information and insights for people who want to increase the effectiveness of their efforts to build public support for climate solutions.
American Climate Values Survey | Insights by Racial and Ethnic Groups
This report builds upon the results of the American Climate Values Survey 2014 report by uncovering the common and distinct climate change viewpoints, values, and beliefs of African, Asian, and Hispanic/Latino Americans vs. national averages and each other.
American Climate Values Survey Supplement | Faith and Climate Highlights
This report dives deeper into the results of American Climate Values 2014: Psychographic and Demographic Insights to understand the climate attitudes of Americans who describe their faith as an important or the most important part of their lives.
American Climate Values Survey Supplement | Health and Climate Highlights
This supplementary report focuses on the results of American Climate Values 2014: Psychographic and Demographic Insights to understand the climate attitudes of Americans who identify strongly with the healthcare sector and greater health community.