Building Climate Resiliency - Fact Sheets for Rural America
Center for Rural Affairs, January 2020
A series of four fact sheets that focus on building rural resiliency in the face of climate change and elevating the stories of rural climate leaders. more info >
United States of Climate Change: North Dakota, Winds of Change
The Weather Channel, October 2017
Explores changes in climate and the energy landscape in North Dakota. more info >
National Climate Assessment
U.S. Global Change Research Program, January 2017
This report provides an in-depth look at climate change impacts on the U.S. It details the multitude of ways climate change is already affecting and will increasingly affect the lives of Americans. more info >
Public Opinion and the Environment: The Nine Types of Americans
December 2015, 28 pp.
A study of the American public's views and perspectives on global warming and other environment issues. more info >
American Attitudes About Global Warming and Energy Policy: Issue Brief
The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, December 2014, 18 pp.
Results of a national poll about global warming and other environmental issues. more info >
Public Support for Climate and Energy Policies in November 2013
Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, February 2014, 116 pp.
Presents detailed findings from a national survey on environmental priorities, support for action to reduce global warming, and climate and energy policies. more info >
Cityscape: Climate Change and City Hall
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, January 2013
Journal issue focusing on cities and climate change. Topics include: what cities are doing to address sustainability, sustainability as economic development, policy integration for sustainable development, promoting sustainable land development patterns, social actors and policy levers for mitigating greenhouse gases. more info >
A Strategy for America's Energy Future: Illuminating Energy's Full Costs
Brookings Institute, May 2011, 35 pp.
In this report, The Hamilton Project provides four principles for reforming America’s energy policies. more info >
Clean Energy Lead by Example Guide: Strategies, Resources, and Action Steps for State Programs
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, June 2009, 192 pp.
Guide for states implementing clean energy policies and programs in buildings, facilities, operations, and fleets under their control. The guide outlines the value of clean energy programs and activities, a set of activities that states are successfully implementing, and a process for developing, implementing, and tracking a comprehensive clean energy program at the state level. more info >