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64 percent of those who see climate change as an urgent problem, according to the UN survey

The United Nations reported in the global climate survey that 64 percent of the world’s population see climate change as a global urgent problem.

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The United Nations (UN) Development Program (UNDP) has released the results of the 1.2 million people attended the climate survey in 50 countries.

According to the results of the largest public opinion survey ever conducted on climate change, two-thirds of the world’s population, or 64 percent, see climate change as a global urgent problem and want action.

In countries where fossil fuels are the major emission source, respondents supported renewable energy, while other prominent measures in combating climate change included forest protection and climate-friendly agriculture.

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