Earth day 2021: globally people wonder what's the plan to tackle climate change
A new global study by Ipsos, conducted online among adults across 30 markets between February 19 and March 5, 2021 shows that a Global Market Average of only 31% agree their government has a clear plan in place for how government, businesses and people themselves are going to work together to tackle climate change. A third, 34%, disagree.
Ipsos Perils of Perception: climate change
Around the world people say they understand what actions they need to take to combat climate change, but do they really? The latest Perils of Perception study by Ipsos looks at how the general public in 30 markets around the world perceive environmental action. We ask them what they might do in their own lives to tackle climate change, and compare the answers to the (sometimes confusing) scientific truth
Most believe income and wealth inequality to be the most serious form of inequality in their country
An online study by Ipsos, conducted across 28 countries has found that, when asked about a range of different inequalities, 60% said that inequalities in income and wealth are among the most serious types of inequality affecting their country.
Income and wealth disparities perceived as the most serious form of inequality
An online study by Ipsos, conducted across 28 countries in partnership with Kings College London’s Policy Institute has found that, when asked about a range of different inequalities, 60% said that inequalities in income and wealth are among the most serious types of inequality affecting their country.
PRESS RELEASE: Ipsos Expands its Research and Evaluation for Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa, March 16, 2021 —– Ipsos is pleased to announce that Melissa Baker has joined Ipsos as CEO for Public Affairs, Sub-Saharan Africa and MENA. Melissa brings new thinking and leadership to the extensive portfolio of evaluative and formative work that Ipsos conducts for development organizations across the region. The announcement was made by Clive Little, CEO with Ipsos in Sub-Saharan Africa, and Darrell Bricker, CEO, Ipsos Public Affairs.