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Coloradans Believe in Global Warming
Do Coloradan's Actually Belief in Global Warming? A 2013 Yale Study Says Yes
Hi, one of my recent articles was published online. Here is an excerpt:
There is only one thread tying all Coloradans together. Whether we ride with the HOG (Harley Owner's Group®) or hike Spruce Mountain (a beautiful and rigorous trail just south of Larkspur); whether we are a farmer, Flatiron runner, or a butterfly hunter at the Denver Botanic Gardens - we love our outdoors.
Do we believe our outdoors are suffering the consequences of global warming? A Yale University study of 800 Coloradans revealed that yes, we do. Seventy percent of those surveyed believed that global warming effects are experienced in Colorado through reduced snowpack and subsequent increase in droughts. Further, 66% percent believed that wildfires could also lay some blame on global warming (Yale University, June 2013 study, p. 3). Keep Reading this article - you will be taken to the Denver Post Newspaper website