Leaves of Change Issue 17: Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Climate Change in the Southeast

In this issue of Leaves of Change you will learn about a recent SRS-4952 research project published in the book, International Perspectives on Climate Change,  that focused on how people’s views of climate change are influenced by factors such as political and religious affiliation, race and ethnicity, economic status, environmental context, media exposure, and sense of community and place. The project broke from the broad-scale surveys that dominate most descriptions of attitudes towards climate change by using qualitative methods, interviews and focus groups, to explore the beliefs of specific communities in detail.

You will also learn about the Proctor Creek Watershed Urban Waters Project and Camp Kids in the Woods.

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