It’s election year in New Zealand and Climate Change is making global news since President Trump pulled America out of the Paris accord.
There are issues with the quality of some New Zealand waterways and beaches and ongoing debate about our National Parks and marine reserves. However people tend to vote for a political party based on a variety of issues/topics.
So when New Zealanders vote on September 23 how important will environmental/climate concerns affect who you vote for?
on 4/06/2017 8:20am
Poll is all one sided if i answer yes it will reinforce your belief that i am an anthropogenic believer when in effect i would never vote for a politician who believes in human caused climate change.
on 4/06/2017 10:31pm
Agree with what you say, the climate issue will certainly affect the way I vote.
If a candidate believes the hype they obviously can’t sort BS from reality, they’re either lazy, deceitful or plain thick. In no way should they be in a position of power. To lump the environment in with climate change/global warming is a mistake the two are separate issues, one is real the other not so much.