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9th Consumer Barometer Renewable Energies

As climate strikes are taking place in Switzerland and around the world, the first part of this year’s consumer barometer gauges the public opinion on those strikes. We find that while 33% of the population fully agree that those strikes are justified, only 14% fully disagree with this statement. One of the key demands made by the strikes’ participants is that the government introduces a more ambitious climate policy. This year’s survey shows that 34% fully agree with this request and this share increases to 61% when including those who (rather) agree, indicating that a majority of the Swiss population supports a more active climate policy in general. Further details and corresponding homepage.

Key Information

Researchers from SCCER CREST: Prof. Dr. Rolf Wüstenhagen
Work Package / Task: 4
Research Partners: University of St. Gallen
Start date: 01.11.2018
End date: 30.05.2019
Status: completed

Competence Center for Research in Energy, Society and Transition
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