[PRESS RELEASE] - The War in Ukraine
In most major countries across the world, including non-European countries, a majority of the population is paying close attention to the events in Ukraine – fewer Malaysians follow stories about the war than peers in other Asian countries such as Japan, India and South Korea
London maintains top “city brand” ranking from 2020 to 2022. Paris rises to second and Sydney lands in third.
London preserves its spot as the world’s most admired city in the 2022 edition of the Anholt-Ipsos City Brands Index. Paris, Sydney, New York, and Rome round out the top-5, but there has been some movement in the bottom half of the top-10 cities:
Earth Day 2022: few can correctly identify actions which are best at cutting carbon emissions
New research by Ipsos shows people around the world are not very likely to make environmentally friendly changes that would have the most impact on cutting carbon emissions. Less than half say they are likely to make changes such as eating fewer dairy products (41%), eating less meat (44%), changing their household heating system to a low carbon system (44%), despite these being some of the most effective ways in cutting carbon emissions.
Earth Day 2022: awareness of government actions to combat climate change is low in most countries despite high level of concern
In a new global survey of 23,577 adults aged 16 – 74 in 31 countries, Ipsos found that climate change is a regular concern for half of people across a global country average. Concern is notably higher in Latin American countries, with Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Argentina and Italy all leading the way as those who think about the effects of climate change on their countries most frequently. Conversely Great Britain ranks in the bottom five countries who don’t think about climate change as much, beaten only by Japan, the Netherlands, Russia and China.