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Climate change: One day before the deadline, but not too late

Global warming stopp still possible according to WIN study

Climate change and the associated global warming are perceived as a threat to humanity by the vast majority of the world population surveyed. 

Concern is particularly high in Vietnam (97%), South Korea (94%), Chile (93%), Indonesia (92%), as in India, Ecuador and China with 91%. The Germans' assessment is in the upper midfield with 82 per cent.  

But 63 percent of Germans are optimistic and do not believe it is too late to stop climate change. Compared to the previous year, this figure has even risen by 6 percentage points. This is a trend that can also be observed worldwide. Of the 34 countries surveyed, only 7 were more pessimistic than in the previous year.

Interestingly, about 8 out of 10 people worldwide are convinced that their personal, everyday actions could contribute to an improvement of the environment, with this belief being more widespread among women than among men. In Germany, 72 percent believe they can do something about climate change themselves, but as many as 63 percent of Germans think that efforts for sustainability and the environment are primarily the responsibility of public authorities and companies. In India (86%), South Korea (86%) and France (83%), the approval rate for the last question is highest.

These are the results of the WIN World Survey (WWS 2020), in which (among other things) topics on climate change and sustainability were asked on a four-point scale. 
More detailed, as well as further results can be found in the official press release at www.winmr.com. 

A total of 26,759 people from 34 different countries were interviewed. As the exclusive German WIN member, Produkt + Markt conducted the study in Germany in October 2020.
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