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Young people support more radical climate action but something is holding them back

A new study shows that young people in Ireland are concerned about climate change and highly motivated to act. So what is holding them back? Founder and Head of ESRI's Behavioural Research Unit, Pete Lunn spoke to Shane on the show.

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08.08 29 Nov 2022


Young people support more radical climate action but something is holding them back


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A new study shows that young people in Ireland are concerned about climate change and highly motivated to act. So what is holding them back?

Founder and Head of ESRI's Behavioural Research Unit, Pete Lunn spoke to Shane on the show.


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