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Gen Z climate report shows line between research and activism is blurring

Conor Skehan


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The next generation of Irish 16 to 24-year-olds (Gen Z) appears to believe restrictions on many types of behaviour are needed for climate mitigation. So says the ESRI’s recent report called Youth Knowledge and Perceptions of Climate Mitigation.

These restrictions involve a ban on domestic flights and a limit on the number of flights a person can take in a year, as well as a ban on cars in certain parts of towns and city centres.


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