NewEnergyNews: What Next-Gen Environmentalists Want


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    Thursday, October 25, 2018

    What Next-Gen Environmentalists Want

    New Report Reveals Young Americans are Overwhelmingly Taking Action on Environmental Issues

    October 25, 2018 (Globe NewsWire)

    “…[A] survey of 1,000 U.S. adults aged 18-25 found that the majority care about environmental issues—and strongly believe policies should be put in place to address them…Most young Americans are aware of the ongoing environmental crisis [detailed by the most recent U.N. climate report] and want to be part of the growing movement that supports renewable energy… 77% of respondents said environmental issues are more important to them now than they were two years ago…Education plays an important role in ensuring present and future generations understand environmental issues and are prepared to help mitigate the impacts of climate change…96% of colleges offer courses on environmental issues…[and] 68% of young Americans, who were enrolled in an education institution, have taken courses on environmental issues…

    Over 25% of young Americans wish they had learned about environmental policy or law, as well as sustainable solutions such as renewable energy or electric vehicles while in college…57% of young Americans are likely to pursue a job focused on the environment at some point in the future…79% have taken an environmental action in the last year, from making a lifestyle change (46%) to volunteering on their own (35%)…[and 52% of young Americans] strongly agree that we need to use technology more to help the environment…” click here for more

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