What Do Canadians Really Think About Climate Change in 2024?

Canadians are starting to connect the dots between environmental concern and climate action. However, there’s confusion and skepticism about the available solutions for climate action and support for specific climate policies is low.

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The Report
This 2024 report summarizes over 90 private and public surveys on Canadian public opinion on climate change and energy. Discover trends and recommendations for communicators based on the latest research findings.
The Big Trends
Check out the key takeaways from the 2024 webinar featuring climate change communication experts Dr. Louise Comeau, Chris Hatch, Dr. Ghadah Alrasheed, and Dr. Hugo Séguin.

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