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Climate Decision Maker Survey - 2008

Climate Decision Maker Survey - 2008

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9 December 2008 - The Climate Decision Maker Survey tracks the views of professionals who are in a position to make or influence large decisions regarding climate change in their organizations and society.

The survey is an initiative by GlobeScan, supported by an association of organizations in the public and private sector working on climate related matters. These include UNEP, the World Bank, IUCN, IDRC, WBCSD, ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability, the World Energy Council, and The Centre. The results of these studies will be broadly publicized to help guide climate change decision making in all sectors.

This survey found that decision makers believe that the price of carbon must nearly triple to over $50 per tonne on average before their organizations will consistently implement climate-friendly decisions over more cost effective, but carbon-intensive options.

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