Jennifer Marlon (Yale School of the Environment), “The Evolution of Climate Change in the American Mind” (Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies)

Event time: 
Friday, March 18, 2022 - 3:00pm
Event description: 

Public attitudes toward climate change in the US influence climate and energy policies and guide individual mitigation and adaptation behaviors. This talk will explore how and why Americans’ climate change views have shifted over the past 12 years and what communication lessons can be drawn to support further action.

3 - 4 PM EST
Join us live in OML (Osborn Memorial Laboratories), room 202
or remotely via PanoptoThe Panopto link is available to the public. For an optimal virtual viewing experience, please join the Panopto session from a laptop or desktop computer.
Happy hour to follow (4-5 PM) at the OML arch!
In-person events are limited to members of the Yale community; please bring your Yale ID to check-in and a government-issued ID for the bar.
Please follow all University Covid-19 Health Guidelines when attending the event.
We are planning the event in accordance to all University Events, Gatherings & Meetings guidelines. For any additional event questions, please email Timothy Sandrey at
Free but register in advance