Climate Change is a Crisis

elected leaders are barely succeeding in bringing change

This project is unique because it helps those leaders get to the most effective policies while sustaining public support.

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Key Poll

Majority in the UK and US say right for companies to factor in climate change in their investments; only small minorities say, a “left woke” agenda

Majority in the UK and US say right for companies to factor in climate change in their investments; only small minorities say, a “left woke” agenda

Climate change is a major factor affecting future operations and companies and banks are right to bring it into their investment decisions globally.

Bringing climate change into investment decisions is about forcing a left wing, woke agenda on companies and banks and will hamper flourishing of the economy and our ability to make correct decisions for [COUNTRY]

Strongly Agree
Somewhat Agree
Strongly Agree
Somewhat Agree
CCIID = Climate change in investment decisions
WAHE = Woke agenda, hamper economy

Total sample, n=2000/country; asked to 1/2-sample splits

Reports

United Kingdom

Tracking Survey
November 2023

Germany

Tracking Survey
May 2023

Global Comparison

Tracking Surveys
2023

United States

Tracking Survey
May 2023

United Kingdom

Tracking Survey
April 2023

Australia

Tracking Survey
September 2022

Germany

Tracking Survey
September 2022

United Kingdom

Tracking Survey
September 2022

United States

Tracking Survey
September 2022

New thinking

By Nick Butler and Stanley Greenberg

The potential for public investment in building clean energy

By Nick Butler

The Policy Institute

European crisis risks climate action reputation

By Nick Butler

The Financial Times

The Crises That Overturned Our Politics

By Stanley Greenberg

The American Prospect

Important thinking

On Climate Crisis

Will (state) capitalism save the climate?

By Nick Butler

The impact of falling prices on the energy transition

By Nick Butler

Europe’s timid response to the Inflation Reduction Act

By Nick Butler