Climate concerns rised in all BSR Countries by recent Eurobarometer poll.
Europeans are very concerned about climate change and support action across the EU to tackle it, according to a recent Eurobarometer survey by the European Commission.
Climate change is increasingly considered not only as a very serious problem, but as the
single most serious problem facing the world today.
Overall 93% of respondents think climate change is a serious problem.
Almost eight in ten (79%) think climate change is a very serious problem, an increase of five
points since 2017.
At least two thirds of respondents in almost every country think climate change is a very serious
problem, and in 25 countries this view has increased since 2017.
60% of respondents think climate change is one of the most serious problems facing the world.
This is an increase of 17 points since 2017, and climate change has overtaken international
terrorism (54%) as the second most serious problem after poverty, hunger and lack of drinking
A majority of respondents in 19 countries think climate change is one of the most serious
problems facing the world today. In all but one country, respondents are now more likely to
think this way than they were in 2017, and in 24 countries the increase is at least ten
Almost one quarter of respondents (23%) consider climate change to be the single most serious
problem facing the world today – an increase of 11 points since 2017.
Respondents in all but one country are now more likely to say climate change is the single most
serious problem, and in 11 countries the increase is more than ten percentage points.