Two-thirds of Europeans want joint working on environment

Two-thirds of Europeans believe that national governments should work with the EU to jointly make decisions on the environment rather than working alone, a new European Commission survey has found

Two-thirds of Europeans believe that national governments should work with the EU to jointly make decisions on the environment rather than working alone, a new European Commission survey has found.

The Commission conducts the Eurobarometer public opinion survey in order to help with delivering its 2020 environmental goals. Around 27,000 participants across the 28 member states were interviewed for the survey between 23 September and 2 October.

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