First Approach to Climate in Response to Europe’s Energy Crisis, FleishmanHillard Study Find

Executives Express Deep Concern About Inflation and Geopolitical Tensions, Expect Poverty to Rise

The research also found:

  • U.S. executives were the most likely to say the priority should be increasing energy supplies, at 37%, followed by Germany respondents at 34% and China and UK respondents at 32%.
  • South Korea and Spain executives were the most likely to say climate action should be prioritized, at 33% and 24%, respectively.
  • Chinese executives were highest in expecting to reduce their investments in climate and sustainability projects, at 33%. Germany was second at 29%.


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