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Climate Compared: Climate Change Opinions in the United States and Canada

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Climate Compared: Climate Change Opinions in the United States and Canada

The Canada Institute is delighted to host a panel discussion to discuss the results from national-level surveys on public attitudes toward climate change in the United States and Canada.

Our expert panelists will highlight key findings from the 2016 comparative study, draw analyses from the differences and similarities between Canada and U.S. public views, and provide insight into how this could affect existing climate change policy and potential future policy approaches on both sides of the border.

Panelists: 

Barry Rabe, Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar

Christopher Borick, Muhlenberg Institute of Public Opinion

Erick Lachapelle, University of Montreal

Sarah Mills, University of Michigan