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How U.S. adults are changing their feelings about climate change

28% of respondents in 2020 said they felt alarmed about climate change. Image: Unsplash/NOAA

Willem Roper

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The rate of people becoming increasingly alarmed is increasing. Image: Yale Program on Climate Change Communications, Grist

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