Pressure is on for companies to rapidly address climate change

March 9, 2020 by  
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Experts around the world agree that there will be financial repercussions for companies that don’t adequately address climate change, according to a new global study.

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Poll Shows Voters Do Want Climate Change Action Despite Silence on the Issue

November 4, 2014 by  
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A recent survey conducted by YouGov and the Huffington Post has revealed that voters in this week’s midterms consider climate change an issue, even though it is being downplayed in the pre-election rhetoric. Interestingly, given the Republican Party’s evasiveness  when it comes to discussing the issue, 44 percent of respondents believe that human activity is driving climate change, 33 percent believe the climate is changing but not as a result of human activity, while only 12 percent believe that the climate is not changing at all. A greater number of those polled said they would be voting for a Republican candidate rather than a Democrat candidate in the midterms. Read the rest of Poll Shows Voters Do Want Climate Change Action Despite Silence on the Issue Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Climate Change , congress , Democratic Party , global warming , legislation , midterms , poll , public opinion , Republican Party , survey , voters , voters support action on climate change

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Earth Day and the polling of America 2014

April 21, 2014 by  
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The economy is back. Are Americans finally interested in environmental issues? My eighth annual round-up of public opinion.

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How Public Opinion Drives Deep Green Trends in Germany

August 24, 2011 by  
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Germans reacted to the nuclear crisis in Japan by calling for a phasing out of all its nuclear power plants. They then reacted to the need to meet a newly minted energy demand by calling for more renewable energy. Public attitudes to green growth is so strong that major companies are being persuaded to vault past the nation’s already-ambitious clean energy gas — because “it’s what consumers want”. The New York Times has the story …. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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