Britons do not understand the term 'carbon footprint', risultati del sondaggio

Britons do not understand the term ‘carbon footprintdespite intense media coverage, risultati del sondaggio

  • Alcuni 42 per cent of Britons don’t know what a ‘carbon footprint’ è, a poll found
  • In Leicester the survey figure is 53 per cento, and in Newcastle it is 46 per cento
  • Glasgow, where COP26 will soon be hosted, had the best knowledge of the term
  • More than two-fifths of Britons do not understand the term ‘carbon footprint’, a poll has found.

    Despite massive media coverage, researchers found that 42 per cent of people do not know the meaning of the cambiamento climatico frase.

    In Leicester the figure is 53 per cento, and in Newcastle it is 46 per cento.

    Of those questioned in the survey, 14 per cent thought it meant recycling waste, mentre un altro 14 per cent thought it was ‘something to do with the weather’.

    More than two-fifths of Britons don't know what a 'carbon footprint' - the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere as a result of the activities of a particular individual, organisation, or community - è

    More than two-fifths of Britons don’t know what a ‘carbon footprint’ – the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere as a result of the activities of a particular individual, organisation, or community – è








    And five per cent admitted they had ‘no idea’ at all what it meant.

    Del 13 cities surveyed for food firm Upfield, those with the best knowledge of the term were Glasgow, which is due to host the COP26 summit, and London, dove 36 per cent did not understand the term.

    In both Cambridge and Liverpool, era 39 per cento.

    According to the Oxford English Dictionary, ‘carbon footprint’ means the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere as a result of the activities of a particular individual, organisation, or community.

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