Young Canadians' Attitudes on Climate Change

New Ipsos study looks at Canadian youth attitudes on climate change

The author(s)

  • Chris Chhim Senior Account Manager, Public Affairs
  • Haley Jones Account Manager, Public Affairs
  • Mike Colledge President, Ipsos Public Affairs Canada
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According to a recent Ipsos study on behalf of the Canadian Youth Alliance for Climate Action (CYACA), climate change is a top-five issue for Canadian youth, on par with unemployment and the economy. The study was conducted by Ipsos in partnership with CYACA for the purpose of building a larger knowledge base not only on the increasingly important topic of climate change, but specifically to investigate the attitude of Canadian youth on the subject.

Climate activism has become a hallmark of Canada’s youngest adult generation, and Ipsos is committed to supporting sustainability causes with data driven insights. The research investigates youth emotions towards climate change, attitudes towards political responsibility, and generational ownership of the climate crisis.

To read more about the study and see detailed data, please see the report below.

 

 

The author(s)

  • Chris Chhim Senior Account Manager, Public Affairs
  • Haley Jones Account Manager, Public Affairs
  • Mike Colledge President, Ipsos Public Affairs Canada

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