Chile is country most challenged to take concrete action against climate change

When asked about the premise that "If the government does not act now to combat climate change, it is failing the country's population," 84% of Chileans agreed with this statement, ranking first among the countries surveyed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - 84% of national respondents believe that the government is failing its citizens if it does not act now against the environmental crisis. Six out of 10 Chileans say they are very likely to avoid products with lots of packaging in the coming year.

In its latest report, "Earth Day 2021: Public Opinion and Action on Climate Change," international consulting firm Ipsos released a survey conducted in 30 countries that asked more than 21,000 adults for their opinions on actions to curb ongoing climate change.

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