Over a three-month period this summer, Dr. Masri traveled across 36 U.S. states in order to raise public awareness about climate change and assess climate change sentiment around the country. He gave presentations to school campuses, churches, and community groups, as well as interviewed scientists, farmers, policy makers, environmental justice leaders, and ordinary citizens in order to learn what aspects of climate change matter most to people, and how the face of climate change differs by region. He also administered a written 24-question climate sentiment survey to various communities across the country. In this presentation, Dr. Masri will share his observations from 11 weeks on the road, and discuss next steps in the outreach project. More on his project can be found online at ShahirMasri.com.