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04 June 2010

Climate change: South Africans worried

South Africans are concerned about climate change and believe the corporate sector has a social responsibility to tackle the problem, said market research firm Synovate.

South Africans are concerned about climate change and believe the corporate sector has a social responsibility to tackle the problem, said market research firm Synovate on Thursday. 

They found that 77 percent of South Africans were concerned about climate change compared to an average of 68% worldwide. Of those worried about climate change, 48 percent said they were very concerned while 29% said they were somewhat concerned.

 
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