Finns want climate action – and fast.
Concerns over rising temperatures are widely shared in Finland. Finns are eager to have ambitious climate policies to slow down climate change. A survey shows that technology and the employment of new skills are thought to be the best ways to mitigate the problem.
Every four years, Finns are asked what they think about climate change. The results are clear: four out of five Finns want urgent action to slow down climate change. That is why Finns believe solving the climate crisis should be at the centre of all policy-making.
Growing numbers of Finns say they have changed their own behaviour to mitigate climate change. For example, people have reduced their electricity consumption, and nearly half buy fewer products than before.