Survey Results: Source for Reliable Climate Change Information

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Thanks to those of you who responded to last week’s survey, What Is Your Source of Reliable Climate Change Information? The survey asked, “Whether you agree with or dispute the scientific findings related to climate change, which of the following do you consider the most reliable source for this information?”

Here’s how Earthlings responded:

  • Scientists and scientific journals: 70 percent
  • The press: 26 percent
  • Politicians: 0 percent
  • My friends and family: 4 percent

Be sure to respond to this week’s survey, Do You Eat Less Red Meat to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint? We’ll report the results next week, as well as another question.

If you have suggestions, questions, or other ideas to share with the community, please start or join a conversation in the Earthling Forum.

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