Nearly full: Climate Change in the American Mind, A Discussion with Anthony Leiserowitz

Update: Due to enthusiastic response, this event is now full.

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The event will be webcast live on Tuesday, June 11, starting at 10:30 a.m., via (link is inactive until a few moments before the event begins). If an archived version will be recorded, we will publicize that link when it becomes available.

Reminder: Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication and principal investigator for the landmark reports on Global Warming's Six Americas, will be at NCAR for an interactive discussion next week, on

Tuesday, June 11, 2013, 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

There are just a few seats left in the Main Seminar Room, so reserve a place now at the link below, or plan to view the live webcast on the 11th.

Leiserowitz will discuss his multiyear research analyzing Americans’ interpretations of and responses to climate change. This work segments the American public into six audiences that range from “Alarmed” to “Dismissive.” The intensive survey research has resulted in a typology of American beliefs about extreme weather, natural disasters, and responses to climatic change. 

The presentation will illuminate the challenges scientists, policy makers, and others face in understanding the different segments of American public opinion and how to communicate with them. Scientists from NCAR and NOAA will join Leiserowitz to share insights gleaned from their public presentations.

Seating is limited and lunch will be served, so please RSVP to:

Sponsored by the NCAR & UCAR Communications Office and the Tim Wirth Chair at the University of Colorado Denver.

Correction: This announcement has been updated to reflect sponsorship by the Tim Wirth Chair, not the UN Foundation.

Will this event be webcast to the public by NCAR|UCAR?: 
Announcement Timing: 
June 4, 2013 to June 9, 2013