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September 24, 2007

What do Canadians think about Climate Change?


As Canada heads into critical international talks, more than 60 per cent of Canadians want to see the federal government aligned with European countries and other nations committed to establishing Kyoto-like targets and not with anti-Kyoto countries like the US and Australia.

This is according to a new national survey of public attitudes carried out by pollster Harris-Decima for ClimateforChange.ca.



The survey also found that Canadians have a widespread dissatisfaction with the Harper Conservatives' climate change agenda, and that a majority of Canadians will be thinking about climate change at the ballot box in the next election.

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