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Majority of US adults believe climate change is most important issue today

By Sophie Bethune, American Psychological Association


A new study shows more than half of American adults worry about climate change.

  • Adults who are concerned about the climate crisis are making lifestyle changes that address waste reduction, energy efficiency, flying less, and using more renewable energy
  • The climate crisis is considered important enough to cause daily stress and found disproportionality in young adults
  • One of the biggest motivators of behavior change is the prospect of helping preserve the planet for future regenerations

The Climate Center’s Theory of Change includes an exponentially growing body of activists who elect policymakers who will implement the needed change.

Read More: https://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/2020/02/climate-change