Nearly 94 percent of South Koreans consider the climate crisis “serious,” but only half believe the issue is connected to human rights, a survey showed.
According to the National Human Rights Commission’s survey, 80.4 per cent of the 1,500 respondents indicated that they are interested climate crisis issues.(*(Asked how serious the crisis is, 93.7 percent said “serious,” while 79.8 percent said climate change seriously affects people’s lives, according to the survey. (Yonhap)
By Nam Kyung-don (