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Climate change conversation to shift dramatically, research shows

Collection:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center (ACDC)
Format:
Research summary
Publication Date:
2019-12-19
URL:
www.foodintegrity.org
Published:
USA: Center for Food Integrity, Gladstone, Missouri.
Location:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center, Funk Library, University of Illinois
Subject Term:
attitudes, change, consumers, credibility (sources), environment, environmental communication, environmental quality, food, information needs, livestock, public attitudes, risk communication, sustainability, trends, food industry, trust, local, climate, climate change, industrial agriculture, climate information, Local food, animal protein
Notes:
Via online release. 1 page., Findings of a digital ethnography report indicate that while the climate change debate is expected to grow 3.6 percent in the next two years, the conversation on causes is expected to grow 260 percent and solutions 202 percent.