Few in US recognize inequities of climate change
By Tom Fleischman

Despite broad scientific consensus that climate change has more serious consequences for some groups – particularly those already socially or economically disadvantaged – a large swath of people in the U.S. doesn’t see it that way.

A recent national survey study found that just over one-third of U.S. adults believe climate change is impacting some groups more than others. Nearly half feel that climate change impacts all groups about equally. And when the question referenced race in climate impacts, even fewer people believed some groups are more adversely affected than others.

This research was supported, in part, an Engaged Curriculum Grant from the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement.

Read the full story in the Cornell Chronicle.