United Kingdom: First-Hand Experience Makes People Care More About Warming

Discovery News: Stepping into a flooded house or driving through submerged streets after a river overflows can be both a headache and health hazard. But new research suggests such events may be one of the few factors that get people thinking about the effects of climate change. Featured in the journal Nature Climate Change, one study surveyed approximately 1,800 British adults living in the United Kingdom and found those personally affected by flooding were more likely to be concerned with global warming and......

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