People living in Germany are the most worried about climate change, according to new analysis of 18 countries published this week.
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) examined data collected by the European Social Survey on public attitudes to climate change of 16 European countries, Russia and Israel.
Of these 18 countries, it found Germans are the most concerned, with 44% “very or “extremely” worried about climate change. At the other end of the spectrum, just 15% of Poles say they are “very or “extremely” worried.
Meanwhile… Chaos hits European flights as snow snarls major hubs. Germans worry about that kind of stuff, too. They’re always leaving Germany in the winter to escape the cold weather.
Der Winter hat in vielen Teilen Deutschlands zu chaotischen Zuständen geführt. In einigen Regionen zählte die Polizei in der Nacht zum Montag Hunderte Einsätze.
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We worry, because The Winter is an eiskalter, unberechenbarer Krimineller, ganz plötzlich ist er wieder da, er kommt eben nach dem Herbst.
Can´t find any pampers on the shelves nowadays! I guess they are really worried!
Or they want to survive on the ICE train connection to Berlin?
What connection? I want to take that ride when they finally get all the bugs out.
That´ll be maybe Christmas, 2051 or 2052, when robots take over the constructrion work!
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Climate change requires that we give it urgent attention. Maybe people in Germany are better informed and acid rain has damaged many forests there too.
Social and demographic climate change is going to steal more of your lunch money than Manmade Globull Warming will.