This year’s extreme fires and floods may change what Americans think about climate change, our research finds

Giordono, L., H. S. Boudet and C. Zanocco (2021). This year’s extreme fires and floods may change what Americans think about climate change, our research finds. The Washington Post.

Disparities in reported extreme weather impacts in the United States by race, ethnicity, and income.

Zanocco, C., J. Flora and H. S. Boudet (revise and resubmit). Disparities in reported extreme weather impacts in the United States by race, ethnicity, and income. 

Oregonians’ Views on the 2020 Wildfires and Climate Change

Boudet, H. S., R. Mooney, L. Giordono and G. Stelmach (2021). Oregonians’ Views on the 2020 Wildfires and Climate Change. The Climate CIRCulator.

Shelter from the storm: How extreme event experience and government trust shapes public support for climate change mitigation policy in the United States

Giordono, L., C. Zanocco, H. Peterson and H. S. Boudet (2022). Shelter from the storm: How extreme event experience and government trust shapes public support for climate change mitigation policy in the United States. Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy, DOI: 10.1002/rhc3.12250.

Local Adaptation Policy Responses to Extreme Weather Events

Giordono, L., A. Gard-Murray and H. S. Boudet (2020). Local Adaptation Policy Responses to Extreme Weather Events. Policy Sciences 53: 609–636.

Do Extreme Weather Events Spur Action on Climate Change? Evidence of Muted Mobilization in 15 U.S. Communities

Boudet, H. S., L. Giordono and C. Zanocco (2019). Do extreme weather events spur action on climate change? Evidence of muted mobilization in 15 U.S. communities. Mobilizing Ideas. The Center for the Study of Social Movements at the University of Notre Dame.

Poor air quality during wildfires related to support for public safety power shutoffs

Zanocco, C., G. Stelmach, L. Giordono, J. Flora and H. S. Boudet (2022). Poor air quality during wildfires related to support for public safety power shutoffs. Society & Natural Resources, DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2022.2041138.

Place, proximity and perceived harm: Extreme weather events and views about climate change

Zanocco, C., H. S. Boudet, R. Nilson, H. Satein, H. Whitley and J. Flora (2018). Place, proximity and perceived harm: Extreme weather events and views about climate change. Climatic Change 149(3): 349-365.

Event attribution and partisanship shape local discussion of climate change after extreme weather

Boudet, H. S., L. Giordono, C. Zanocco, H. Satein and H. Whitley (2020). Event attribution and partisanship shape local discussion of climate change after extreme weather. Nature Climate Change 10: 69–76.

Personal harm and support for climate change mitigation policies: Evidence from 10 U.S. communities impacted by extreme weather

Zanocco, C., H. S. Boudet, R. Nilson and J. Flora (2019). Personal harm and support for climate change mitigation policies: Evidence from 10 U.S. communities impacted by extreme weather. Global Environmental Change 59: 101984.