People globally want more action to tackle climate crisis: UNDP survey

The United Nations

Almost two-thirds of over 1.2 million people surveyed worldwide say that climate change is a global emergency, urging greater action to address the crisis, results from a new UN climate survey revealed on Tuesday.

Findings from UN Development Programme (UNDP)’s “People’s Climate Vote” – which covered 50 countries with over half the world’s population – also showed that people supported more comprehensive climate policies to respond to the challenges.

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