Edward Maibach

George Mason University

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Edward Maibach is professor and director of the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University.

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It's been a month since President Trump said he'd withdraw America from the Paris climate accord.

Do we need to be 'scared straight' on climate change?

It's been a month since President Trump said he'd withdraw America from the Paris climate accord.

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It's been a month since President Trump said he'd withdraw America from the Paris climate accord.

Do we need to be 'scared straight' on climate change?

It's been a month since President Trump said he'd withdraw America from the Paris climate accord.

from To the Point

Almost 100% of climate scientists now say global warming is caused by human behavior and that action now is a moral imperative for future generations.

The 'Clear and Present Danger' of Climate Change

Almost 100% of climate scientists now say global warming is caused by human behavior and that action now is a moral imperative for future generations.

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