Widespread support for climate action in 4 major European countries
The average global temperature spiked to yet another record in March 2016.
More than eight out of 10 people in the UK, France, Germany and Norway believe that the world’s climate is changing, and a similar proportion think that it is at least partly caused by human activity, according to a recent scientific survey conducted by European researchers.
The survey of more than 4,000 members of the public explored opinions on climate change, climate policy and future energy options. It showed that a wide majority also support a range of different measures to combat climate change. Continue reading “Survey shows very little climate skepticism in Europe”