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Do you think your elected officials do enough to combat climate change?

That has been the question these past days and here are the results:

  • No (78%)
  • Yes (11%)
  • I don't know really... (11%)

The large majority of the voters think their elected officials don’t do enough to combat climate change. Only about 11% thought they did enough, just as many had no idea really.

The result of the poll are pretty obvious if you look at what little is being done to slow down the sources and effects of climate change. But one has to wonder what the majority of the “no” voters do to push for more actions from their governments. What especially do you do to make your voice heard on the political level? Please share your thoughts, ideas and experiences with us.

The new question is related to the current ongoing UN climate conference on Bali: Do you think the Bali Climate Conference will be a success?

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