Climate Change is a Crisis

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This project is unique because its starting premise is that the climate transition requires both political leaders and CEOs to be successful.

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Key Poll

Intense majority say climate change is a threat and we need action

Need for major action on climate, despite cost, wins support now in all factions of all parties

Climate change is a threat and we need major action to combat it.

The threat of climate change is exaggerated and the high cost of fixing it may not be worth it

Strongly Agree
Somewhat Agree
Strongly Agree
Somewhat Agree
NMA = Needs More Action
ADE = Already Doing Enough

Total sample, n=2,000; Liberal Democrats, n=510; Moderate Democrats, n=375; Independents, n=230; Moderate Republicans, n=369; Conservative Republicans, n=514

Reports

United Kingdom

Baseline Survey
June 2022

United States

Baseline Survey
April 2022

Germany

Baseline Survey
January 2022

France

Baseline Survey
June 2021

Germany

Baseline Survey
June 2021

United Kingdom

Baseline Survey
June 2021

United States

Baseline Survey
June 2021

New thinking

By Nick Butler and Stanley Greenberg

After Ukraine, Voters Want Climate Solutions

By Stanley B. Greenberg

If you think we face a “climate crisis,” imposing more costs on energy consumers will not deliver the energy transition

By Stanley B. Greenberg

Greenberg Research

Public says, government, not markets should lead

By Stanley B. Greenberg

Greenberg Research

A bad judgement in The Hague

By Nick Butler

The Energy Agenda

Climate change blame game turns against Asia

By Nick Butler

Nikkei Asian Review

Who will be the Pfizer of climate change?

By Nick Butler

The Energy Agenda

Important thinking

On Climate Crisis

Broken promises, energy shortages and covid-19 will hamper COP26

The Economist

China commits to 80% of energy mix from non-fossil fuels by 2060

By Ivy Yin

S&P Global

In-depth Q&A: The UK’s net-zero strategy

By Simon Evans & Josh Gabbatiss

Carbon Brief