License to decarbonise: How strong is public support for net zero and behaviour changes across Europe?

Cecilia Keating
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Governments are expected to ramp up renewable energy programmes in the wake of the Ukraine crisis | Credit: iStock
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Governments are expected to ramp up renewable energy programmes in the wake of the Ukraine crisis | Credit: iStock

Major poll of 30,000 people suggests Europeans are concerned about climate change and want ambitious action to tackle it, but lack confidence the issue will be resolved by mid-century

As policymakers across Europe grapple with the fallout from surging energy prices and the need to reduce dependency on Russia's gas following the brutal invasion of Ukraine, a major continent-wide survey...

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