Facebook mass survey shows climate investors have more influence over public opinion than you think – TechCrunch
Investors are used use their acumen and financial ability to find companies that can disrupt the market. But it turns out that their views and investments can also stir public opinion.
A large survey of Facebook users around the world found that a large group of people do not believe that climate change is the result of human activities as well as natural changes. (Of course, the first answer is the correct one.) Those in the middle can be swayed by climate technology investor Anthony Leiserowitz, director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communications, said through investments and public opinion.
“Those climate-savvy investors and business leaders etc. play an important role not only in communicating with their tribe, which is of course important, but also for the community. bigger, with a larger market, to help them understand why they say Leiserowitz.