Oliver Morton

Energy and Environmental Editor, The Economist

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Surveys show that public opinion on climate change quite literally shifts with the weather. Now there's a more persuasive kind of evidence.

Views on Global Warming Change with the Weather

Surveys show that public opinion on climate change quite literally shifts with the weather. Now there's a more persuasive kind of evidence.

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Surveys show that public opinion on climate change quite literally shifts with the weather. Now there's a more persuasive kind of evidence.

Views on Global Warming Change with the Weather

Surveys show that public opinion on climate change quite literally shifts with the weather. Now there's a more persuasive kind of evidence.

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