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Climate engagement resources organized by state

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Interactive U.S. mapping of climate opinions

Climate Chat

An everyday guide to the science of talking about climate change.

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Jeremy Deaton, Nexus Media. ThinkProgress

A good summary of all the polling and surveys showing that Latinos consistently show higher concern about climate change and support for climate action. It also explores some of the likely reasons for this support, including that a) Latinos have stronger ties to people in countries feeling more direct impacts of climate change, b) Latinos are on average younger than other demographic groups (and surveys show younger Americans in general are more supportive of climate action), and c) Latinos perceive themselves as more directly threatened by the impacts of climate change.


“Start with people, stay with people”, “Connect on common values”, “Emphasize solutions”, and “Have at least 1 powerful fact from a trusted messenger” are among the 15 steps to crafting emotionally resonant, personalized, and effective messages on climate change.