Recent Ipsos Earth Day data found that concern over climate change is still high globally, despite attention being focused on the more urgent crisis at hand.
This new whitepaper from Ipsos' Green Economy team examines the latest Ipsos quantitative and qualitative data on COVID-19 to see what can be learned from the current pandemic crisis – and our reaction to it – that can be transferable to the climate emergency.
Our expert authors bring together Ipsos’ cross-sector insight to highlight:
- The trajectory of climate crisis concern in the months preceding COVID-19
- Analogous learnings between both crises from experts from around the world
- The influence of the pandemic on public attitudes and behaviours around climate change
- Support for a greener economic transition following the pandemic
- Opportunities for key industry players moving forward
To complement this paper, please join us for our webinar on the same topic on Thursday 11 June at 15:30 (BST).
Climate change: citizens are worried but torn between a need to act and a rejection of constraints
As a key global player in the energy sector that is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, EDF presents the findings of a new, broad scope opinion study conducted by Ipsos for the second consecutive year in 30 countries, covering two-thirds of the world’s population and featuring some of the biggest CO2 emitters. EDF’s goal is to produce a yearly international status report on opinions, knowledge, expectations and levels of commitment with regard to climate change, to nurture thinking and contribute to the constructive search for solutions for the future.