Interview Opportunity with Dr. Jonathon Schuldt: What Motivates People to Care About Climate Change (or Not)

Presented by Experts on Camera from SciLine: Attitudes about climate change

Dr. Jonathon Schuldt is an associate professor of communication at Cornell University and Executive Director of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research. He can discuss topics including:

Factors that predict people’s attitudes about climate change;

The psychology of how people think about climate change;

Trends in public attitudes about climate change over time;

How language matters—for example, how people have reacted differently to the phrase “climate change” compared to “global warming”; and

Common misperceptions about climate-related attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors.

Availability: Wednesday, April 12, 12 to 1:30 p.m. MT

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