Proportion of public 'very concerned' about climate change hits record high

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More than half of respondents said they had noticed hotter summers as an impact of climate change | Credit: Marc Pether-Longman
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More than half of respondents said they had noticed hotter summers as an impact of climate change | Credit: Marc Pether-Longman

More than a third of the public are very worried about climate change, according to official government survey

The proportion of the UK public describing themselves as "very concerned" about climate change has hit 35 per cent in the latest government survey on the topic, the highest level recorded since the questionnaire...

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