Consumer Attitudes to Climate Change

Consumer Attitudes to Climate Change

Author: ChemViews

With climate change being a common topic in the media, companies are coming under increasing pressure to reduce CO2 emissions, use renewable energy, and take other actions to mitigate climate change—all at additional cost. We look at what the companies’ consumers really think about climate change, how attitudes differ across the world and whether the costs of preventing climate change can be passed on to the customer.

Percentage of Survey Respondents Saying Global Climate Change is a Major Problem, 2010

  Percentage of Respondents Saying Climate Change is Caused by Human Activity, 2011


Percentage of Respondents Willing to Pay Higher Prices to Address Climate Change, 2010

Global Risks that CEOs are Actively Countering (Percentage of Respondents, 2010)

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