Leo Barasi is the author of The Climate Majority: Apathy and Action in an Age of Nationalism and blogs at Noise of the crowd. ... Read More
People living in Germany are the most worried about climate change, according to new analysis of 18 countries published this week. ... Read More
Update 9/6/2017: Following the news today that the Conservatives failed to secure a majority of MPs in parliament, prime minister Theresa May has... Read More
Analysis of a global survey finds that more than a third of the world's adults have never heard of climate change. For some countries, such as South... Read More
Do people across Britain think differently about climate change? Or does the UK speak as one voice? Data on regional attitudes to climate change is... Read More
The British public is becoming increasingly opposed to fracking for shale gas, a series of polls for the Sunday Times show. However, as with some ... Read More
Each year in March, the UK government's Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) carries out a nationwide poll, asking people for their... Read More
The public remains divided on whether the UK should exploit its shale gas resources, new government polling shows. ... Read More
The US Congress set up a showdown with the Barack Obama yesterday over the approval of the controversial Keystone XL oil sands pipeline. ... Read More
There is growing public acceptance of the human contribution to climate change, according to a new study published today. The latest results from a... Read More
People say they are more likely to recycle or cut back on energy use at home compared to other actions to reduce their impact on the environment, new... Read More
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