Washington Post, Oct. 28, 2014. A new study by NC State researchers out in the journal Climatic Change suggests science education may counteract political ideology and help change views on climate change among middle schoolers. Kathryn Stevenson, a post-doctoral researcher studying environmental education in Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology, discusses the research.
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