LONDONERS puts climate change efforts at the top of the Christmas list and revealed in a new poll.
Seven out of ten agree that making the planet more environmentally friendly is a priority for the capital, and 40% are very concerned about the impact of the planet on their lives. A new study commissioned by the London Council reveals.
According to the data, 82% are worried about the effects of melting ice caps, and more than half (52%) feel that their daily lives in London are affected by climate change.
Pollsters show that almost half of Londoners want to save the planet with their daily decisions, but big changes in their lives, such as making their homes more sustainable and buying electric and hybrid cars. Brings only a quarter.
The London Council has also called on the government to increase funding to combat climate change, and recently demanded £ 115m to remodel buildings to make them more energy efficient. doing.
Mayor Philip Granville, Chairman of the Transport and Environment Committee of the London Council, said:
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“Survey shows that Londoners need to reduce consumption-based emissions by two-thirds by 2030 in order to make a fair contribution to avoiding global temperature rises above 1.5 degrees Celsius. ..
“This requires major changes in our lifestyles, and public support and participation are key to the transition to a low-carbon economy and lifestyle.
“Climate variability is a serious threat to London and its citizens, but acting to address it is now of great benefit to public health and well-being, and social justice issues such as fuel poverty and air pollution. I will. “
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Londoners put their climate variability efforts at the top of their Christmas list
SourceLondoners put their climate variability efforts at the top of their Christmas list