Europeans prepared to ‘green’ their lifestyles, study discovers
Europeans rank irreversible environmental change as one of the greatest threats to the continent, over terrorism and unemployment, a new study by the European Investment Bank (EIB) uncovered on Tuesday (14 January).
What’s more, 66% of individuals in Europe, the US, and China think their conduct can help handle environmental change, however, Europeans and Chinese are all the more ready to change their living standards to limit global warming than Americans – particularly concerning their transport habits.
“Those individual atmosphere activities set the social and monetary patterns of our social orders that will help handle environmental change,” said the EIB VP for atmosphere activity and the earth, Emma Navarro.
“Building up the correct foundation, motivating forces and system is fundamental to engage residents to represent the earth: we can succeed if we are in this together,” she included.”Those individual climate actions set the social and economic trends of our societies that will help tackle climate change,” said the EIB vice-president for climate action and the environment, Emma Navarro.
“Establishing the right infrastructure, incentives and framework are essential to empower citizens to act for the environment: we can only succeed if we are in this together,” she added.
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