Climate change threat more real to those with perceived personal experience: study

Calgary Herald: A new study has found that a feeling of 'personally experiencing` global warming heightens people`s perception of risks related to the environmental phenomenon. We have dramatically shrinking glaciers. We have compelling science. We have adorable polar bears treading water. But wouldn’t you know it, what really makes us fret over climate change is making it all about us. A new study has found that a feeling of “personally experiencing” global warming heightens people’s perception of risks related......

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