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Italy’s scorching summer singes Giorgia Meloni

Italy's scorching summer raises climate change skepticism among Giorgia Meloni's voters as extreme weather events plague the country.

  • Italy has suffered from extreme weather events, fueling climate change skepticism among Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni's voters.
  • A survey found that 82% of Italians believe climate change is man-made, the highest percentage in any European country surveyed.
  • Meloni's government planned to delay the introduction of a hydro-geological plan to address climate-related emergencies.
  • The Brothers of Italy party, to which Meloni belongs, promotes an adaptational approach to climate change.
  • Differences exist within the government coalition regarding climate change, with some questioning its reality.
Italy’s scorching summer singes Giorgia Meloni
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