Nov. 19, 2019
“Our new research showed that the carbon footprints of those communicating the science not only affects their credibility, but also affects audience support for the public policies for which the communicators advocated,” said Weber.
Read the full article, as covered by Forbes, here.
- Andlinger Center interview with Elke Weber: https://acee.princeton.edu/acee-news/andlinger-center-speaks-why-the-messenger-matters-in-climate-action/
- The online version of the related research article, "Climate change communicators’ carbon footprints affect their audience’s policy support" can be found at https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-019-02463-0