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Results from climate change survey 'encouraging'

Climate chair says future support to save energy could be 'tweaked'

Recent research will help government in better engaging with the public over climate change.

That's according to the Chair of the Island's Climate Change Transformation Board.

More than 1,300 people took part in a recent climate change survey, where they were asked for their thoughts on the issue and the Island's aim to reach net zero by 2050.

Daphne Caine believes the results are 'encouraging', and support to help people save energy and help the environment can be adapted in future:

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