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A majority of young people in America are increasingly concerned about climate change, according to a new survey released from the University of Chicago’s GenForward Project.
GenForward is a national bi-monthly survey of racially diverse young adults, 18 to 36 years old, on a range of topics, to look at how race and ethnicity play a role in how respondents think about and view the the environments around them.
Morning Shift digs into the survey’s latest findings.
GUEST: Cathy Cohen, Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago
LEARN MORE: Climate Change Toplines (GenFoward Survey)