Issue: Global WarmingRSS

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(05/14/13) -

Less Than Half in U.S. and Britain Believe in Man-Made Climate Change

In Canada, practically three-in-five respondents say that global warming is a fact and is caused by emissions from vehicles and industrial facilities.

australia_koala
(07/19/12) -

Most Australians Expect Negative Financial Impact from Carbon Tax

Only nine per cent believe the new tax will provide significant long-term benefits for the environment.

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(06/27/12) -

Global Warming Skepticism Higher in U.S. and Britain than Canada

While a majority of Canadians say that climate change is a fact and is caused by emissions, only two-in-five Americans and Britons concur.

environment_peng
(09/12/11) -

Britons Question Global Warming More Than Americans and Canadians

Half of respondents in the two North American countries think climate change is a fact and is caused by emissions—fewer Britons concur.

energy_bulb
(04/21/11) -

Situation in Japan Changes the Mindset of Britons on Nuclear Power

Support for building more nuclear power stations in the UK has dropped by 12 points since November 2009.

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(10/21/10) -

Global Warming Doubts Dissolve in Britain, But Americans Still Skeptical

The considerable level of uncertainty that Britons expressed earlier this year towards global warming has subsided, as more people in the country regard climate change as a fact, a new three-country Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

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(04/27/10) -

Views on Global Warming Vary in Three Countries

(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – People in three countries hold differing views on climate change, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. 58 per cent of respondents in Canada believe global warming is a fact and is mostly caused by emissions from vehicles and industrial facilities, but only 41 per cent of Americans and 38 per cent of Britons concur.

(04/26/10) -

Americans and Britons Becoming More Skeptical of Climate Change

Majority of Canadians say global warming is mostly caused by emissions from vehicles and industrial facilities.

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(01/06/10) -

Few People Expect Legally Binding Climate Deal

(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – People in three countries hold low expectations on the future of the Copenhagen Accord on climate change, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. Only 19 per cent of respondents in the United States, 16 per cent in Britain and 12 per cent in Canada expect the document to become a legally binding treaty.

(01/05/10) -

Americans Welcome Some of the Provisions in Copenhagen Accord

Only 40 per cent are satisfied with President Barack Obama’s performance at last month’s Climate Summit.