Talking To Climate Skeptics

Reflecting on ‘How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate’ (2015)

Andrew J. Hoffman, in How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate, uses existing social science research to examine “why people accept or reject the science of climate change” in the United States. Our goal should be “real-world change,” and this implies that academics are ethically obligated to participate in public discourse.

Book cover for How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate by Andrew J. Hoffman
How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate

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