Australians increasingly fear climate change related drought and extinctions
Climate of the Nation survey shows growing support for net zero emissions by 2050 and rapid phase-out of coal power Australians are increasingly concerned about droughts and floods, extinctions and water shortages associated with climate change, and most people think all levels of government aren’t doing enough to combat the effects of global warming, according to new research. The annual Climate of the Nation survey, which has been tracking Australian attitudes to climate change for more than a decade, finds concern about droughts and flooding has risen from 74% of the survey in 2017 to 81% in 2019.
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