"Environmental issues have become less important to us", John Spilling of MMI told Bergens Tidende newspaper. "It's a totally unambiguous trend. In some areas this could have something to do with problems that have become less serious since 1989, such as acidification. However, neither do Norwegians seem very concerned over climate changes or threats to the ozone layer."
The survey results confirm similar findings released last year by Norway's national institute for consumer research (ENDS Daily 23 July 1999).
MMI, tel: +47 22 95 47 00.
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