EPISODES:
Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Joseph Aldy: “Designing Public Policy to Address Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Sheila Jasanoff: “Towards a More Inclusive Conversation About Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Jerry X. Mitrovica: “The Fingerprints of Sea Level Rise” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change: Martin Weitzman: “Fat Tails and Uncertainty in Climate Change Impacts” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Elizabeth Wolkovich: “Climate Change and the Phenology of Wine Grapes” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James Anderson: “Ozone Loss Over the United States” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Stephen Ansolabehere: “Public Opinion About Energy Sources” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. William C. Clark: “Climate Change and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Jody Freeman: “How Will the Trump Administration Impact Climate Policy?” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Rebecca Henderson: “Accelerating Energy Innovation” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Paul Moorcroft: “Climate Change and the Amazon Forest” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James Engell: “The Humanities and Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. William Hogan: “Integrating Renewables into Energy Markets” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Peter Huybers: “Refining Climate Predictions” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Daniel Jacob: “Understanding Methane to Improve Climate Policy” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. David Keith: “Solar Geoengineering: The Case for Research” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Robin Kelsey: “Climate Change and the History of Photography” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Joseph Lassiter: “New Nuclear Technologies” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Jennifer Leaning: “The Humanitarian Impact of Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Ali Malkawi: “Re-thinking Buildings and Cities” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James McCarthy: “Consequences of a Warming Arctic” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Michael McElroy: “China’s Transition to Low-Carbon Energy” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Sam Myers:”How Rising CO2 Threatens Human Nutrition” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Naomi Oreskes: “An Organized Campaign to Attack Climate Science” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Forest Reinhardt: “The Case Against Hidden Subsidies for Greenhouse Gas Emissions” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Andrew Richardson: “PhenoCam: A Continental-Scale Phenological Record” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Dan Schrag: “Clues to Climate Sensitivity from Past Climate” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Robert Stavins: “Using Economics to Address Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. James Stock: “Economic Policies for Carbon Reduction” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Dustin Tingley: “Public Opinion About Climate Change” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Eli Tziperman: “How Clouds Suppress Arctic Air Mass Formation” Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Steve Wofsy: “Precision Tracking of CO2 Sources and Sinks”

Harvard Speaks on Climate Change. Dustin Tingley: “Public Opinion About Climate Change”

A large percentage of the population in both the US and China agree that climate change is caused by humans and that it is a problem. But they believe that the proportion of people in the other country that share these beliefs is lower than it actually is. This mismatch could have serious implications for international agreements.

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