Water and climate change polling
Here are blog posts we’ve written about public opinion polling related to water and climate change.
Q&A with Nelson Switzer, Chief Sustainability Officer at Nestlé Waters Nelson Switzer, Chief Sustainability Officer at Nestlé Waters North America. Photo courtesy of Nestlé Waters North America. A May 2017 poll sponsored by [...]
Most Americans think climate change is already impacting water supply A new survey sponsored by Nestlé Waters North America has found 66% of U.S. consumers think their own community's water supply is at risk and [...]
Yale climate opinion maps visualize American attitudes toward warming The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication has produced a great set of maps that illustrate what Americans think about global warming. What's special about these [...]
World Economic Forum survey: water crises a top global risk A World Economic Forum survey periodically asks experts about dozens of risks confronting the globe. In recent surveys, "water crises" have been at or near the top of global risks. The [...]
Conservation in the West Poll: worries over water, support for efficiency The State of the Rockies Project's Conservation in the West Poll provides a detailed portrait of how residents in the intermountain West think about [...]
Pew poll: drought and water shortages top climate change concerns When the Pew Research Center asked people in 40 countries about their greatest worries related to climate change, drought and water shortages topped the list. [...]