A survey report titled Climate Confidence Monitor commissioned in part by the Earthwatch Institute, World Wildlife Fund, and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute shows that confidence that we can actually manage climate change has been falling for the last two years in most countries:
The question was: “I believe we will stop climate change”.
They cite in the report:
A fall in optimism and low levels of confidence in leaders suggest that people are becoming more pessimistic about the scale of the challenge that climate change presents.
I suppose that is one way to spin it. Here’s some other findings from the report.
First here is the report that you can read yourself:
Here’s a graph I found interesting:
The answers suggest to me that the responses are more about saving money than saving the planet.
h/t to WUWT reader PaulM