India, other South Asian countries suffer biggest losses as China reverses damage; improvements often ‘driven by people’s demands’ (Wall Street Journal)
A slim majority of Americans think their individual actions can reduce the effects of climate change, according to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll. But do they know which actions are the most effective? Not quite.
The poll finds most people believe recycling has a lot or some impact on climate change. About three-quarters say not eating meat or dairy would have a little or no effect on climate change. Climate experts say they’re wrong on those and other counts. (Washington Post)