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How 10 minutes of exposure to climate change science strengthened publics support for action

Public support for action on climate change is strengthened by just ten minutes of exposure to th...

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07.40 25 Jan 2022


How 10 minutes of exposure to climate change science strengthened publics support for action


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07.40 25 Jan 2022


Public support for action on climate change is strengthened by just ten minutes of exposure to the basic science that’s according to new research from the ESRI.  For more on the findings of this research, we heard from  Dr. Shane Timmons, Research Officer with the ESRI.

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