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Do climate protests actually make a difference?

ERI Explainer

Nathan Geiger has studied public perception of recent climate protests. He now sits down with the ERI Explainer to talk about his research and the effect of climate protests on the public.

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Algae blooms are harmful. But this is just the beginning

By Janet McCabe

The Great Lakes region has battled algae outbreaks all summer, exacerbated by unusually high water levels. More importantly, Hoosiers should recognize these warnings are one sign that Indiana’s climate is changing — it’s getting warmer.

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How many Americans believe in climate change? Probably more than you think, research in Indiana suggests

By Matt Houser

In a recent statewide survey, ERI Fellow Matt Houser found that the majority of Indiana residents supported taking action on climate change. However, most Hoosiers underestimate just how widespread this view is in the state.

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