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Nathalie De Marcellis-Warin, full professor at Polytechnique Montréal and CIRANO Fellow, Ingrid Peignier, CIRANO Senior Director and Project Director, and Thomas Gleize, CIRANO Research Professional, proposed an infographic compiling 10 years of CIRANO Barometer data on environmental issues. The release of this infographic coincided with the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) which took place from November 6 to 18, 2022. This infographic highlights the concerns and level of confidence of Quebecers regarding the issues of climate change, water pollution and air pollution, and especially the evolution of these perceptions over the past 10 years.
These findings show the importance of knowledge on all these issues and the influence of information sources on perceptions.
About the CIRANO 2022 Barometer
Analyses of survey data conducted since 2011 with samples of about 1000 respondents representative of the Quebec population to better understand the perception of risks of Quebecers on 53 issues/projects grouped into ten major categories: environmental issues (environment and natural risks), industrial issues, technological innovations issues, health issues (health system and public health), safety issues, socio-economic issues, transportation infrastructure issues and public projects issues.
To view CIRANO Barometer data since 2011: www.barometre.cirano.qc.ca