Jakarta, 27 October 2021 - Indonesian pollster Indikator Politik Indonesia and climate policy and communications think tank Yayasan Indonesia Cerah (CERAH) are today releasing the results of a nationwide survey highlighting rising climate crisis concerns among the nation’s 17-35 year olds.
The respondents, drawn up in a sample that represents more than 80 million in the population across all provinces, have also stated that the government is the most responsible actor when it comes to driving climate action and that political parties have in so far played very little role in addressing climate issues.
The executive summary and presentation from the dissemination event can be accessed here.
Presentation on the National Survey on Climate ChangeDownload file
Executive Summary on the National Survey on Climate ChangeDownload file