Edward Maibach is a widely recognized expert in public health and climate change communication. He is currently a Distinguished Professor of Communication at George Mason University and Director of the Center for Climate Change Communication at GMU. Together with the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, the center is widely known for its research on public attitudes, opinion and engagement with climate change. The center's research is funded by prestigious scientific grants from institutions such as the National Science Foundation and NASA.

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  • Edward Maibach is a widely recognized expert in public health and climate change communication. He is currently a Distinguished Professor of Communication at George Mason University and Director of the Center for Climate Change Communication at GMU. Together with the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, the center is widely known for its research on public attitudes, opinion and engagement with climate change. The center's research is funded by prestigious scientific grants from institutions such as the National Science Foundation and NASA. (en)
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  • Edward Maibach is a widely recognized expert in public health and climate change communication. He is currently a Distinguished Professor of Communication at George Mason University and Director of the Center for Climate Change Communication at GMU. Together with the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, the center is widely known for its research on public attitudes, opinion and engagement with climate change. The center's research is funded by prestigious scientific grants from institutions such as the National Science Foundation and NASA. (en)
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