An academic study that finds a public health framing is most likely to elicit support for climate change mitigation and adaptation.
An interactive map that illustrates which parts of the country are most affected by unhealthy air.
An interactive timeline map of NASA climate data that shows temperature impact at different levels of emissions.
An academic study on Americans’ understanding of the health impacts of climate change.
Academic study providing evidence on the effectiveness of health framing in climate change communication.
An overview of the “co-benefits” of health and climate action geared to local health departments.
These maps show how Americans’ climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, and policy support vary at the state, congressional district, metro area, and county levels.