Poll: Children believe older generation not doing enough to combat climate change

Michael Holder
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Energy Institute poll of 1,300 people aged between seven and 19 suggests significant concern about the impacts of climate change on their future

Yet more evidence of the gap in climate concern between younger and older generations has emerged in a new UK poll of 1,300 children and young people, which demonstrates significant support for a low carbon...

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