Americans More Willing to Pay for Climate Action After Extreme Weather

Even among those who say climate change is not human-caused, support for climate action jumps with personal experience of extreme climate events, new research shows
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People who personally experience extreme climate events, especially wildfires and hurricanes, are willing to pay significantly more for climate action, even if they report skepticism about human-caused climate change, finds new research from the University of Vermont.

Trump voters who reported experiencing an extreme weather event were more likely to vote in favor of a clean energy...

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Scientists Use Wearable Technology to Detect Stress Levels During Sleep

What if changes in a person’s stress levels could be detected while they sleep using wearable devices?

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Pippa Scott holds up her first place medal

Teen Entrepreneur Wins Full-Tuition Scholarship to the University of Vermont in Debut Vermont Pitch Challenge

Pippa Scott, a high school junior from Killington, Vermont, won the grand prize at the University of Vermont’s inaugural Vermont Pitch Challenge, the nation’s only university pitch competition that offers outstanding high school entrepreneurs worldwide a chance to secure a full-tuition scholarship for their innov

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