Big Climate-Change Challenge Is Altering Human Behavior
Byline: Bob Doppelt For The Register-Guard
Based on the number of e-mails and letters, my Sept. 21 column touched a nerve.
I wrote about the George Mason/Yale University study describing how Americans view global warming. A main theme of many of the responses was how best to motivate people to alter their behavior. Thatmay be the most important question facing humanity today.
Never in history has the need been more urgent for broad-scale change in human thinking and practices. Numerous new science assessments have determined that global warming is speeding up, particularly in the Arctic. Without fundamental shifts in our assumptions, beliefs and practices, it is clear we are on a collision course with the …
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Publication information: Article title: Big Climate-Change Challenge Is Altering Human Behavior. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Register Guard (Eugene, OR). Publication date: October 11, 2009. Page number: G51. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2009 Gale Group.
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