Latinos, African Americans Express Strongest Climate Concerns
April 17, 2018 | Grantee News | Climate Solutions
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The latest Climate Perspectives Survey by ecoAmerica finds that Latinos and African Americans express the strongest concerns about climate change, report the highest levels of personal and health impacts from climate change, and report notably higher levels of civic engagement and personal action on climate than the national average. The MacArthur-supported survey underscores the importance of engaging Latinos and African Americans on climate as key constituencies who support and can help advance climate solutions.

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