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Consumers have become less vigilant about climate change during the pandemic

'Fewer than one in five respondents said they’ve made a lot of changes to their behaviour out of concern for the climate.' Image: UNSPLASH/Brian Yurasits

Patrick Henry

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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