Elections, Infections, and Climate Deflections

Tuesday, October 20 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

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Dr. Andrew Kear, Associate Professor of Environmental Policy in the Department of Political Science, and School of Earth, Environment & Society is the featured speaker for BGSU Campus Sustainability Week.

Despite recent U.S. public opinion Gallup polling where concerns over issues ranging from climate change to water pollution are viewed as serious, getting worse, and in great need of governmental assistance, environmental problems consistently rank far below the economy and more recently, the global pandemic in election polling.
Climate change is described as "an existential threat" or is deflected as a non-issue, where scientific consensus is flatly ignored. In this presentation Dr. Kear will address the role of climate change in elections, and why this matters to U.S. environmental policy making.

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