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06 Apr 2009 05:04:15

G20 Communique Research

The G20 Communiqué focuses on investment, rather than carbon regulation or carbon taxes, to build the low-carbon economy

Earlier today, the G20 asserted their commitment to “building a resilient, sustainable, and green recovery” by “the best possible use of investment” which “will make the transition towards clean, innovative, resource efficient, low carbon technologies and infrastructure”.

Findings from Haddock Research suggest that this will attract broad public support. Haddock Research tested public approval of three main approaches to tackling climate change - using attitudinal statements to do with “investment in green transport infrastructure”, “carbon regulation” and “carbon taxes”. In each country, “investment” was broadly popular; “carbon regulation” had mixed support, and “carbon taxes” were broadly unpopular.

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