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

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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…

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