This factor predicts what people think about climate change
Around the world, people with higher levels of education are more likely to understand climate change than their less-educated counterparts, according to new research published in the journal
Nature Climate Change
. Using data collected by Gallup from 119 countries, researchers found that education level was a key determinant of climate change risk perceptions in 62 percent of countries around the world. But all bets are off when it comes to education and views of climate change in the United States, along with a select few English speaking countries.
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