Feb 8th 2013 by Inger Weibust, Carleton University
The CANADA-EUROPE TRANSATLANTIC DIALOGUE is hosting an international workshop PUBLIC ATTITUDES AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY IN CANADA AND EUROPE at Carleton University, Ottawa. The workshop highlights findings by leading Canadian and European scholars from recent comparative public opinion research, as well as the environment as an issue in recent elections and referenda. Public opinion findings are drawn from the recently released International Social Survey Program (ISSP) 2010 Environment Survey, in which 32 countries participated. Because the ISSP conducted similar surveys on the environment in 1993 and 2000, these data offer unique possibilities for comparing trends in environmental public opinion in Canada and the European Union.
Environmental Attitudes: A comparison of Canada, Europe, and the United States over time
Heather Pyman & Jon Pammett, Carleton University Survey Centre
Can Meaningful Environmental Policy Change Survive Democracy?
Department of Political Science
Public Attitudes towards Climate Change & Other Environmental Issues across Time and Countries, 1993-2010
Tom W. Smith
NORC/University of Chicago
Environmental Attitudes in the EU: Do The New Member States Differ?
Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies
Parties, Voters, and the Environment
Russell J. Dalton
University of California, Irvine
Policy Brief: Parties, Voters, and the Environment By Russell Dalton