climate campaign tools

State Data Map

Climate engagement resources organized by state


Yale Climate Opinion Maps

Interactive U.S. mapping of climate opinions

Climate Chat

An everyday guide to the science of talking about climate change.

new climate resources

Climate Generation.

The Climate Convening Toolkit shares the essential elements for effective public conversations on climate change, as well as the practical tools for planning and implementing a convening in your community. For a free download of this resource, follow the link.

Associated Press--NORC Center for Public Affairs Research

Fewer than one third of Americans support Pres. Trump's move to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord, and 52 percent think withdrawing from the agreement will hurt the U.S. economy in the long run (compared to just 18 percent who say it will help the economy). In this poll conducted one week after Pres. Trump made his announcement, 51 percent of Republicans said they support the U.S. withdrawing from the agreement, while 69 percent of Democrats oppose it.


Sixty-eight percent of Americans want the United States to lead global efforts to slow climate change, and 72 percent agree "that given the amount of greenhouse gases that it produces, the United States should take aggressive action to slow global warming." A majority (64%) also believe US relations with other countries will suffer as a result of Trump's pullout from the Paris Agreement. And, despite what Trump believes, a majority of Americans across all political parties think clean energy will create new jobs and growth.