The innovation and technology ministry posted a link to the one-week consultation on its website on 18 November, with the eight-question feedback form beginning: “Do you agree that climate change is affected by your personal choices and consumption habits?”
Local media were alerted to the consultation four days later via the website masfelfok.hu – meaning ‘one point five degrees’ and run by a group of Hungarian meteorologists – which described the survey as “methodologically flawed” and published advice on how to respond.
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