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Dutch people ‘want more openness on climate policy’


Survey shows that three-quarters do not feel well informed about funding decisions and direction

Nearly three-quarters of Dutch citizens would like more clarity from the government on the decision-making processes behind climate policy and funding, a survey has shown.

A report compiled by the TNO, a public innovation funder, showed that 72 per cent of people in the Netherlands think there is insufficient openness on the steps being taken to combat climate change and help the country adapt. Meanwhile, 67 per cent said there needed to be more information on what has already been achieved.

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