Three in four Poles worried about climate change: study
PR dla Zagranicy
Seventy-five percent of Polish citizens are worried about climate change, according to a poll.
The survey by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and pollster YouGov found that 40 percent of Poles saw climate change as an immediate threat to humanity.
Meanwhile, 60 percent fear global warming could negatively influence their prosperity, the EIB said.
In the European Union as a whole, 78 percent of citizens are worried about global warming, with 59 percent fearing it poses a threat to their lives, the EIB said in a press release.
According to the bank, Europeans are more informed about climate change than Americans and Chinese as only 65 percent of respondents in China and 63 percent of US citizens polled said they were worried about global warming.
Source: eib.org, IAR