According to a recent report by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communications, Americans have not failed to take notice of the heat waves, high winds, droughts and downpours of the past year.
The report Extreme Weather, Climate & Preparedness in the American Mind surveyed 1,008 adults. A majority said they witnessed an extreme weather event or natural disaster in the past year, and a majority said they believed bad weather was made worse by global warming.
The survey also shows that despite their direct experiences and beliefs, only a minority of people are willing to prepare for future emergencies
The full report can be downloaded...