Survey Shows Most People Have Made Changes to Their Daily Lives to Tackle Climate Change

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A survey has shown that the majority of people asked have made some changes to how they live their lives in an effort to tackle the climate crisis.

87% of people in Ireland have started recycling more in an effort to combat the climate crisis.


A new survey by The Good Information Project/Ireland Thinks found that the majority of people have made changes in their everyday lives for environmental reasons.


71% have cut their use of single-use plastics and one-third of people have said they now eat less meat.


However, despite these changes, 32% of people don’t feel like they are doing enough to tackle the climate crisis.