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What do the German public think about government's efforts to curb the effects of climate change? Most think both individual & government actors are falling short. #COP26 #ClimateAction #IOTW #DatabyDEL https://t.co/E37I0GVZiz

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The French public are largely pessimistic that countries will achieve the #COP pledge of limiting global temperature increases to 1.5 celsius, especially younger, older & more educated members of the public. #IOTW #DatabyDEL https://t.co/DGldlJqAS1

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Ready for #COP26? When asked who is most affected by #climatechange, a majority (56%) of the French public said ALL countries are affected, while 32% said the poorest countries are most affected. #IOTW #DatabyDEL @_Focus2030 https://t.co/9hNijLn3eK

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RT @DLProg: An interesting look at how influencers and informal leaders can help make the connection between #climatechange and #globalheal

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DEL partner @StiftungGEGM has produced a daring new campaign that connects global health & climate... But will the German public connect the dots? Read about how they did it: https://t.co/YWMPt1co8P #devcomms #globaldev https://t.co/Q64YZ1cztQ

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Will a new approach to campaigning that links global health with climate change hit the mark with the German public? Read about @StiftungGEGM's strategy & see the campaign here: https://t.co/dsouy99wqH #Devcomms #Globaldev

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