Copenhagen: Deal or no deal? 65 per cent of global population demand governments commit to climate deal

11 November 2009

 Nearly two thirds (65 per cent) of people surveyed across the globe believe a new international deal to cut emissions is 'very important', according to the annual Climate Confidence Monitor released today. The 12 country study, commissioned by the HSBC Climate Partnership, sends a clear message to governments preparing to attend the UN climate change summit in December to agree on a policy framework to tackle climate change.