Nine out of 10 people in the United Kingdom from 16- to 34-year-olds think that environmental care is an important issue and that legal support must be included in order to safeguard the integrity of wildlife and the natural world for next generations.
They agree that politicians, business people, and non-governmental organizations and individual citizens should be involved in activities including reintroduction of extinct native species, breaks of fossil fuel subsidies, incentivize wildlife-friendly farming, among others.
They seem to be very committed to improve and enhance the work that have done in this area. I think that with organization, those two-thirds (65%) who said that environmental policies were more important than other policies on transport and immigration will rise.
I hope that more and more countries will consider to include or strengthen their environmental laws in order to let our future generations to results of such wise actions.