Singaporeans supportive of climate change actions [News]
By Channel NewsAsia, 9 Feb 2012.
Singaporeans on the whole feel a sense of responsibility in playing their part to address climate change.
This is according to a survey commissioned by the National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) to gauge the levels of public awareness, attitudes and behaviours towards issues related to climate change in Singapore.
The survey sampled 1,010 Singaporean residents aged 15 and above and was conducted from October to December 2011.
86 per cent of the respondents said they felt a part in taking action on climate change.
Over 73 per cent of the respondents said they are concerned about climate change.
Respondents perceived climate change to be an urgent issue and about 63 per cent felt that Singapore would be severely affected by climate change.
Source: Channel NewsAsia