Worldwide Views on Global Warming Encourage Action at Copenhagen

World Wide Views on Global Warming – September 2009

Across 38 countries citizens 76 percent of the participants think big, developing economies should reduce their emissions. Results are remarkably alike independently of the country’s level of socio-economic development. From Bangladesh to Belgium and Brazil, a clear 90 percent of citizens say it’s urgent to make a global climate deal at the UN conference in Copenhagen this December. This is the main result of an exercise carried out in 38 countries with very different levels of socio-economic development.

A study conducted by The Danish Board of Technology. More at

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