The European Investment Bank has launched the second edition of the EIB climate survey. The findings are particularly relevant at a time when the climate is one of the top priorities in the EU’s agenda, and following the EIB’s adoption of a new, fossil-fuel-free energy lending policy and a new climate roadmap.
Conducted in partnership with market research firm BVA, the survey aims to inform the broader debate on citizens’ attitudes and expectations in terms of climate action in the European Union, the United States and China.
“I’m thrilled to see the level of commitment of European citizens in our common fight against climate change. Individual climate actions set the social and economic trends of our societies that will help tackle climate change”, Vice-President Emma Navarro.
Discover here the full article and some of the key findings from the second of four releases of this worldwide EIB climate survey.