This summer's news cycle has been dominated by record-setting heat, droughts, wildfires, and hurricanes impacting families across the country, and punctuated by the sobering IPCC report labeled a "Code Red for humanity." But the majority of Americans aren't talking about climate change. According to a new survey released today by the Potential Energy Coalition, while more than 60% of Americans are concerned (or very concerned) about climate change and the environment, only 14% talk about the issue often.
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