Anthony Leiserowitz

Yale University

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Director of the Project on Climate Change Communication at Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

Anthony Leiserowitz on KCRW

Celebrity athletes are shaping American politics and culture, says Jane Coaston of the New York Times.

Sports superstars increasingly refuse to ‘shut up and dribble’

Celebrity athletes are shaping American politics and culture, says Jane Coaston of the New York Times.

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It’s the starkest warning yet from the United Nations:  A new report  says if we don’t significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, there will be irreversible changes to the earth…

An Uncertain Future

It’s the starkest warning yet from the United Nations: A new report says if we don’t significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, there will be irreversible changes to the earth…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

July was America’s hottest month since 1895, and the past year was the hottest ever recorded.

The Consequences of Climate Change and the Cost of Denial

July was America’s hottest month since 1895, and the past year was the hottest ever recorded.

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