Climate change is most important issue for 18-25 year olds globally

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Climate change is the most important issue for young people around the world, survey shows | Credit: Incisive Business Media
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Climate change is the most important issue for young people around the world, survey shows | Credit: Incisive Business Media

Global survey by Amnesty International finds climate change leads as the most commonly cited concern among young adults

Young people around the world rank climate change as one of the most important issues facing the world, according to the results of a major new survey released today by Amnesty International. Released...

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