The following news articles mention FAU or CES staff and faculty:
|04/08/2022||The Palm Beach Post||
Study: Young Republicans leading the way when it comes to Florida's shifting views on climate change
Young Republicans are the top driving force in the Sunshine State when it comes to shifting beliefs in climate change, according to a study conducted by Colin Polsky of Florida Atlantic University.
|12/16/2021||The Invading Sea||
Most Florida conservatives want government to address climate change and some state lawmakers are taking the lead
Belief in climate change among Florida conservatives is at an all-time high, according to polling research by Florida Atlantic University. Roughly 9 out of 10 (88%) of Republicans surveyed acknowledge the changing climate. That figure is no small number.
|12/16/2021||National Center for Science Education||
A new survey shows support for climate change education in Florida
A new survey from Florida Atlantic University shows a high degree of support for climate change education in the state's public schools.
Belief in climate change is growing among Florida Republicans, an FAU survey shows
Climate change has become a major issue on both sides of the political spectrum in Florida, according to an ongoing survey by Florida Atlantic University.
|12/09/2021||ABC Action News||
As state combats sea level rise, new survey shows belief in climate change up in Florida
Dr. Colin Polsky had a hunch, and a new survey by his Center for Environmental Studies at Florida Atlantic University seems to prove it -- climate change is becoming a bipartisan issue in Florida.
FAU Researchers Say Florida's Republican and Democrat Voters Nearly Agree on Climate Change
CES' Dr. Colin Polsky discusses that Floridians' shifting attitudes toward climate change was a result of the President Donald J. Trump administration and then the COVID pandemic.
|12/03/2021||The Invading Sea||
FAU Survey: Climate Change is an increasingly bipartisan issue in Florida
Belief in climate change among Florida Republicans has climbed to nearly 9 out of 10 adults, apparently trending upwards, according to a new analysis of five sequenced surveys since 2019 conducted by researchers at Florida Atlantic University.
AE Birders Find New Habitat to Explore in FAU Jupiter Arboretum
There is a beautiful Arboretum hidden in full sight, waiting to be found on the western end of the FAU Jupiter Campus.
|10/13/2021||Owl Research and Innovation||
FAU's New Science Documentary Podcast on Coastal Resilience Research in South Florida: Home and High Water
From a flooded neighborhood street in urban South Florida to Georgia's salt marshes, FAU's Center for Environmental Studies (CES) new podcast dives into research that explores how people adapt in a changing climate.
|07/01/2021||Boca Raton Magazine||
Winds of Change
CES' Dr. Colin Polsky was featured in Boca Magazine’s Winds of Change article to discuss the challenges that South Florida faces on the front lines of the global climate crisis. View PDF.
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