Many agree that some aggressive policy changes need to be put in place when it comes to climate change. Megan Mullin, associate professor of environmental politics at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, studies public opinion about climate change in the US, where the public has become polarized on practically every issue the past few years, most extremely so when it comes to the issue of climate change. In this interview she talks about the situation in the US and what might be the most efficient way to create policies that are both efficient and can gain public support.
Futures: Climate policies and public support in the US - the way forward
Publicerat 06 maj, 2019