The following news articles mention FAU or CES staff and faculty:
|11/13/2023||CBS12 News||'Identify, understand and rectify our environmental challenges': New FAU school focusing on environmental sustainability|
Dr. Polsky, the school's founding director, says the early momentum comes from the widespread desire to preserve the marine ecosystems throughout the state.
|10/28/2023||KCBS Radio: On-Demand||FAU Survey Finds More Floridians Believe Climate Change is Real than Americans on the Whole and Want Government Action|
KCBS's Liz Saint John interviews Colin Polsky about the results from FAU's most recent Florida Climate Resilience Survey
|10/25/2023||Sun Sentinel||Here's why Floridians, more than other Americans, believe climate change is real|
"Floridians might be more likely to believe climate change is happening due to their experiences with hurricanes and other extreme weather," said Colin Polsky, Ph.D., the founding director of FAU's School of Environmental, Coastal and Ocean Sustainability.
|10/25/2023||Miami Herald Editorial Board via Yahoo News||New poll shows Floridians, unlike DeSantis, aren't ducking climate change reality | Opinion|
A study by Florida Atlantic University's Center for Environmental Studies in September found that 90% of Floridians say climate change is actually happening right now. And, as the Sun Sentinel wrote in a recent story, that's a greater percentage than Americans overall, if recent studies are a guide.
|10/25/2023||The Miami Herald||Floridians know climate change is happening despite politics|
A study by Florida Atlantic University's Center for Environmental Studies in September found that 90% of Floridians say climate change is actually happening right now. And, as the Sun Sentinel wrote in a recent story, that's a greater percentage than Americans overall, if recent studies are a guide. View PDF.
|10/19/2023||WFLA News Channel 8||Floridians' recognition of climate change is higher than U.S. as a whole, study says|
In this installment of Jeff Berardelli's Climate Classroom, he interviews Dr. Colin Polsky, the researcher behind the Florida Climate Resilience Survey. The survey is conducted twice per year and is designed to gauge Floridians' views on climate change.
|07/12/23||NTWC Live||NTWC Live - Colin Polsky, Kate Stein and Michael Lowry|
Dr. Colin Polsky joins several others on NTWC Live, the Storm Science Network, to discuss climate change and the cost of insuring our homes.
|06/07/2023||Florida Atlantic University College of Science||Outstanding Researcher: Colin Polsky, Ph.D.|
"Early on, I realized the critical need for society to learn more about how climate change was already affecting our communities so we could learn from it and take appropriate actions," explained Polsky. "But I didn't have in mind specific actions because there was so much to learn first. I became a researcher to contribute to the knowledge needed to inform reasonable decision-making."
|05/11/2023||88.5 WMNF||Florida's Republicans starting to embrace realities of climate change, survey shows|
"There's just no more debating about theoretical differences and causes, or if it's even here. There's really a very solid consensus now that a) climate change is happening in Florida, or amongst Floridians, and b) that it is largely human-caused" - Colin Polsky, CES Director
|05/11/2023||88.5 WMNF YouTube||Florida's Republicans starting to embrace realities of climate change, survey shows|
WMNF Reporter Chris Young speaks with Dr. Colin Polsky, Director of the Center for Environmental Studies at Florida Atlantic University regarding a new survey by FAU showing that nearly half of Republican Floridians now believe humans have largely caused climate change.
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