What were some of the most meaningful reflections from your Yale experiential map exercise?
1. In what ways did Six Americas inform you and how might your conversation strategy change as a result of the reading
2. How might your message change for each of the 6 groups?
3. What were some of the most meaningful reflections from your Yale experiential map exercise?
4. Offer a potential research question that would follow up on these maps and how might you explore this question?
This is the complementary map for the Six America’s Study.
When the site comes up you will notice that if you wait a few seconds, it will load the 2016 map.
This is an amazing resource that allows you to look at Climate Opinions on a country, state, and county level as well as congressional district and metro areas. Click on a state and zoom in on a specific county and see how it compares to the other areas. Scroll down the potential opinions such as, “Global Warming is Happening” or “Schools Should Teach Global Warming” etc.
Write down interesting notes from the 2016 map.
Next, go back to the map and click on most recent version of these maps here on the site. This will take you to the 2019 results. Explore. See if some regions changed.
Be prepared, you will record your insights in this week’s roundtable discussion.
This is an incredibly valuable site for climate change education.