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Network Changed: How progressive campaigns are won in the 21st Century

Jason Mogus and Tom Liacas, Net Change Consulting
Research & Articles

Analysis of the patterns behind high-performing progressive advocacy campaigns that demonstrated both policy/cultural impact uncovered a common set of strategic orientations and practices. Campaigns in this group tend to share power and decision-making with their supporters, and spend significant time organizing and aligning their wider networks of allies. At the same time, they’re led by active central command structures that control resource management, framing, and storytelling, while also dedicating significant attention to political moments and media narrative work.

David Roberts at Vox compares several maps from the Yale Climate Opinion Maps tool and concludes that Americans' opinions and beliefs on climate change don't always add up. For instance, Americans' support for solutions often outweighs our belief in the underlying problem.

Poll: National Survey of Broadcast Meteorologists About Climate Change

Edward Maibach, Raphael Mazzone, Robert Drost, Teresa Myers, George Mason University. Bernadette Woods Placky, Climate Central. et al.
Research & Articles

Most TV weathercasters think that climate change has influenced the weather and other conditions in their area over the past 50 years, and even more think climate change will influence the weather in their area over the next 50 years. 9 in 10 believe in human caused climate chagne,