Public Perceptions of Climate Change


A typhoon breaks off the coast of Japan, one of the few rich states whose population is as concerned about climate change as the poorer countries of the world. Photo Credit: Damir Sagolj/REUTERS

A recent study found that although people living in the world’s wealthiest nations were aware of climate change, only half saw it as a threat. Meanwhile, in every South American country, more than 90% said they worried about climate change being detrimental to the safety of their families. How do different countries and regions in the world understand and perceive climate change? Read more here!



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