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Most people consider climate change a serious issue, but rank other problems as more important. That affects climate policy

By Sam Crawley, Researcher, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington
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Vested interests have lobbied against climate policy worldwide, but that's only one reason for the slow political response. While most people want climate action, they rank other issues as more urgent.

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