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After summer's extreme weather, more Americans see climate change as a culprit

Kathleen Maxwell has lived in Phoenix for more than 20 years, but this summer was the first time she felt fear, as daily high temperatures soared to 110 degrees or hotter and kept it up for a record-shattering 31 consecutive days.

Recycling and other myths about tackling climate change

Recycling and other myths about tackling climate change

A slim majority of Americans think their individual actions can reduce the effects of climate change, according to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll. But do they know which actions are the most effective? Not quite.

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Climate change is settled science. Republicans don't see it that way in new poll

The latest heat wave is fueled by human-caused climate change from burning fossil fuels, but despite the settled science, the overwhelming evidence and the billions of dollars in increases for disaster preparation and recovery that climate change is costing the country, Republicans have grown more skeptical of the need to prioritize fixing it.

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Slightly fewer Americans concerned about multiple environmental problems: Gallup

Fewer Americans in a new poll are concerned about multiple environmental problems, with small declines seen in reported worries since last year.

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Parents, teachers, students want more climate change education, poll shows

Canadians are eager for students to have reliable information on climate change, a national poll shows. Educators say they agree but struggle to find the time to fit it into their school curriculum.

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Poll: Citizens globally blast politicians' lack of action to combat climate change

Adults across the United States and globally have damning opinions about the performance of their political leaders when it comes to climate change, and say they are noticing an escalation in extreme weather events and natural disasters.

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Poll suggests most Canadians pessimistic about fighting climate change

A new survey suggests most Canadians aren't optimistic about humanity's chances of fighting climate change.