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    THE MORNING LEAD
    Clear climate information can strongly affect support for action, Irish study finds
    A report by Lauren Boland
    New research has investigated the public’s understanding of climate change and how it affects support for action.
    A new Irish study has investigated the public's understanding of climate change and how it affects support for action, Lauren Boland reports.
    People who are provided with information about climate change and its causes are more likely to be in favour of measures to tackle it.
    But we tend to underestimate the benefits of high-impact actions, such as eating less meat, and overestimate low-impact actions like recycling.
    Ireland felt above-average temperatures in 2021 for the 11th year in a row
    'A step on the road': The climate action that Ireland will - and won't - take in 2022
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