United Kingdom: Experiences of extreme weather events increase climate change concern

Asian News International: A new study has found that direct experience of extreme weather events increases concern about climate change and willingness to engage in energy-saving behaviour. The research by Cardiff and Nottingham Universities found that members of the public are more prepared to take personal action and reduce their energy use when they perceive their local area has a greater vulnerability to flooding. Although no single flooding event can be attributed to climate change, Britain has experienced a series......

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