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Students at Newcastle University are currently working on a research project exploring the psychological impacts of extreme weather and climate change.  They are interested in responses from people who have a range of different experiences of the possible effects of climate change and different attitudes toward climate change. This range includes those who have experienced the effects of extreme weather thought to be linked to climate change, to those who are actively involved in trying to do something about it, to those who see it as a remote possibility that mainly affects others or is far in the future, and those who may not believe that climate change is real. The study team consists of Professor Mark Freeston and four undergraduate students from the School of Psychology at Newcastle University. If you are interested in the survey, please follow the link to the full information page:

Link: Uncertainty in Climate Change (qualtrics.com)

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