Anthony Leiserowitz mainly focuses on Climate change, Global warming, Public relations, Public opinion and Risk perception. The concepts of his Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Social psychology, Environmental planning and Action. His research investigates the connection between Environmental planning and topics such as Sustainable development that intersect with issues in Public economics.
His Global warming research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental resource management, Affect, Public policy and Development economics. His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Climate change mitigation, Scientific consensus, Anger and Newspaper. His work in Public opinion addresses issues such as Environmental protection, which are connected to fields such as Regional science.
His primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Global warming, Social psychology, Public relations and Public opinion. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Climate change, focusing on Environmental resource management and, on occasion, Environmental planning. As a part of the same scientific study, Anthony Leiserowitz usually deals with the Global warming, concentrating on Public economics and frequently concerns with Carbon tax.
Social psychology and Ideology are frequently intertwined in his study. Anthony Leiserowitz incorporates Public relations and Survey data collection in his studies. Anthony Leiserowitz regularly ties together related areas like Political economy of climate change in his Public opinion studies.
His primary areas of study are Global warming, Climate change, Social psychology, Public opinion and Voting. Borrowing concepts from Risk perception, he weaves in ideas under Global warming. His work deals with themes such as Consensus theory, Political economy, Environmental resource management and Media studies, which intersect with Climate change.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate extremes and Attribution. Many of his research projects under Social psychology are closely connected to Skepticism, Storytelling and Partial replication with Skepticism, Storytelling and Partial replication, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His research in Voting focuses on subjects like Investment, which are connected to Fossil fuel.
His main research concerns Climate change, Environmental resource management, Ideology, Polarization and Advertising. His studies deal with areas such as Climate extremes, Attribution and Global warming as well as Environmental resource management. He has researched Ideology in several fields, including Consensus theory, Demographic economics and Political economy.
His Polarization research includes themes of Higher education and Educational attainment. Advertising is intertwined with Pandemic, Government, Face masks and Natural experiment in his research.
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Climate Change Risk Perception and Policy Preferences: The Role of Affect, Imagery, and Values
Climatic Change (2006)
What is Sustainable Development? Goals, Indicators, Values, and Practice
Kates W. Robert;Thomas M. Parris;Anthony A. Leiserowitz.
American Risk Perceptions: Is Climate Change Dangerous?
Anthony A. Leiserowitz.
Risk Analysis (2005)
Predictors of public climate change awareness and risk perception around the world
Sustainability Values, Attitudes, and Behaviors: A Review of Multinational and Global Trends
Anthony A. Leiserowitz;Robert W. Kates;Thomas M. Parris.
Annual Review of Environment and Resources (2006)
Communication and mental processes: Experiential and analytic processing of uncertain climate information
Sabine M. Marx;Elke U. Weber;Benjamin S. Orlove;Benjamin S. Orlove;Anthony Leiserowitz.
Inoculating the Public against Misinformation about Climate Change
Sander van der Linden;Anthony Leiserowitz;Seth Rosenthal;Edward Maibach.
“Fracking” Controversy and Communication: Using National Survey Data to Understand Public Perceptions of Hydraulic Fracturing
Hilary Boudet;Christopher Clarke;Dylan Bugden;Edward Maibach.
Energy Policy (2014)
The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change as a Gateway Belief: Experimental Evidence
Sander L. van der Linden;Anthony A. Leiserowitz;Geoffrey D. Feinberg;Edward W. Maibach.
Geographic variation in opinions on climate change at state and local scales in the USA
Peter D. Howe;Matto Mildenberger;Jennifer R. Marlon;Anthony Leiserowitz.
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