23 May '17, 11pm

Poll: Overwhelming majority of the public back #climate action

An overwhelming majority of respondents in a new eight country survey want to see bolder action from world leaders to tackle major global risks such as climate change and weapons of mass destruction. The online survey of 8,101 adults in Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, India, South Africa, the UK, and the US was carried out by ComRes on behalf of the Global Challenges Foundation, the Stockholm based group that campaigns for a more coordinated response to global risks. Related articles Report: Green energy boasts global workforce of 9.8 million DONG Energy to divest oil and gas business in $1bn INEOS deal Shell investors dismiss climate resolution to set carbon reduction targets McDonald's and L'Oreal join CDP's latest green supply chain push Ecotricity announces plans for its first energy storage project Released ahead of a G7 Summit where climate change, migration, and ...

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