Climate of the Nation 2021 shows concern about climate change is at record highs and a majority of Australians support phasing out fossil fuels and electrifying appliances in their homes.

Climate of the Nation is Australia’s longest running tracking poll of community attitudes towards climate change. This year Climate of the Nation explored attitudes towards fossil fuel subsidies, the appetite for electrifying everything in our homes as well as support for a net zero emissions target and bigger 2030 target as we’re just weeks out from the Glasgow COP26 Summit.
Recorded live on 19 October 2021, things may have changed since recording.
Thank you to Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia’s Podcast team for the clip from their “Australian Politics” podcast.
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Host: Ebony Bennett, Deputy Director, Australia Institute // @ebony_bennett
Richie Merzian, climate and energy director, Australia Institute // @richiemerzian
Audrey Quicke, climate and energy researcher, Australia Institute // @audreyquicke
Producer: Jennifer Macey // @jennifermacey
Theme Music: Pulse and Thrum; additional music by Blue Dot Sessions

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