The opinion polls show that 64% of the respondents in Croatia are in favour of “strict government measures imposing changes on people’s behaviour to fight climate change,” while 70% of EU citizens and 73% of Britons are also in favour of such measures.
Furthermore, 78% of Croatians welcome the adoption of a tax on products and services that contribute most to global warming, according to the results of the fourth EIB Climate Survey conducted among more than 30,000 respondents in 30 countries from 26 August to 22 September this year.
In Croatia, three quarters of the respondents believe that climate change and its consequences are the biggest challenge in this century. Also, 85% believe they are more concerned about the climate emergency than their government.
Furthermore, 84% of the Croatians believe that climate change affects their everyday lives, and 81% are in favour of using renewable energy to help overcome the climate emergency, as against the EU average of 63%.
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