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Carried out earlier this year to coincide with Masdar’s 10-year anniversary, the survey spoke to 5,000 post-millennials in 20 countries across the Middle East and North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, the Americas, Europe and Asia.

The survey clearly illustrates the level of concern among young people about climate change, with 40 per cent of those interviewed naming it among the biggest challenges facing the world in the next decade, ahead of the economy (34 per cent), terrorism (32 per cent), poverty and inequality (29 per cent) and unemployment (29 per cent).


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