Global Public Sees Global Warming Threat

A new poll of adults in 30 countries finds that 65 percent think global warming is a very serious problem, while 25 percent call it somewhat serious. Clearly global citizenry is more in touch with climate science and ecological change than their leaders. It is unconscionable that world governments are failing to lead. Not only should the U.S. be condemned (though they and Australia are the worst offenders); but the response from Canada, Europe, Japan, China and India has also been tepid and irresponsible. The possibility of a bottom up climate revolution should not be discarded given this significant level of concern – particularly as the crisis continues to turn deadly. Now it remains to be seen what those expressing concern would be willing to forgo to address the climate crisis.

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3 Responses

  1. ChinaLawBlog says:

    You are wrong to describe China's response as tepid. For a developing country (which is what it is) it is starting (and starting is the right word) to make real efforts to clamp down on pollution and energy usage. Could it do more? Of course. But, unfortunately, these things take time.
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  2. Glenn D says:

    Dr. Barry.
    George Bush Senior……. Stated it clearly. I will not do anything that will hamper our Economic Growth. Until the world Government's can figure out away to increase growth and battle Global Warming. We are going nowhere. As far as China is concerned …. Hell they censor everything . Nobody know's, what the ( Hell )is going on their, and i doubt if it's good or they would'nt censor in the first place……… Right!

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