Essay by Eric Worrall
Rebellious Generation of Teenagers may eventually start because of climate change. Or maybe they don’t like being told what to do by anyone.
A quarter of young Europeans do not believe in human-driven climate change
TO EXCLUDE, TO EXPEL
On average, older people in Europe are more likely to believe in human-driven climate change
Via Will Hazell
3rd July 2022 2:19pm (Updated 4:00pm)
More in Common interviewed more than 26,000 adults for their thoughts on climate change across the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Spain.
Research shows that on average, older people tend to believe in human-driven climate change.
While 63% of 18- to 29-year-olds believe climate change is “real and caused by human action”, the figure is 66% among 30- to 54-year-olds and 71% in people 55 years of age and older. .
Among 18- to 29-year-olds, 22% believe climate change is “part of the earth’s natural cycle and human actions are not to blame”, while 4% believe it ” not occur”.
The exception is the UK, where 83% of 18- to 29-year-olds said they are worried about climate change, compared with 72% of older adults.
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I cannot explain why England is such a refuge. Linguistic proximity to the United States may be a factor, but so many Europeans watch American movies and other content, English is widely taught in European schools.