Study: Global public support for climate action 'systematically underestimated'

Stuart Stone
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Major behavioural research finds widespread support for climate action worldwide, but that many significantly underestimate their fellow citizens' willingness to act

Public support for increasing everyday and political action to combat climate change is "systematically underestimated" worldwide, and most people are even willing to pay extra to support the climate fight,...

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