Resources: Market and Technology Research

Attitudinal Research

Yale Program on Climate Change Communications - provides a wealth of research and data on climate change attitudes, understanding, and behaviors

Yale Program on Climate Change Opinion Maps - show how Americans’ climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, and policy support vary at the state, congressional district, metro area, and county levels. NOTE: The Congressional District data are based on the 116th Congress. Recent and ongoing redistricting means that some of these data are not current (e.g. North Carolina) for the Congressional District level.

Yale Program on Climate Change - Global Warming’s Six Americas Climate change public engagement efforts must start with the fundamental recognition that people are different and have different psychological, cultural, and political reasons for acting – or not acting – to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This research has identified six unique audiences within the American public that each responds to the issue in their own distinct way.

Technological Research and Data on CDR Solutions and Projects

The Carbon Plan - Data and research on CDR targets, solutions, measurement methods, and projects.

Arizona State University’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions - An Interdisciplinary policy and science research center focused on direct air carbon capture and other forms of CDR.

University of Michigan’s Global CO2 Initiative - A global umbrella organization convening and accelerating CDR research, development and deployment.