Teenagers around the world are more concerned about global warming than other major issues of the day, including drugs, violence and war, according to a new Habbo/Greenpeace International survey detailed by Press Association.
But North American teens remain largely unconvinced or ignorant of the problem, and a sizable portion of teens around the world don't know what causes global warming, or what they can do about it.
Here's a look at some of the results of the survey, which questioned 50,000 people aged 12-17 in the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Germany, Canada, Italy, Finland, the Netherlands, Portugal/Brazil, Norway, Australia, Switzerland/Austria, Denmark, Singapore, Japan and Russia.
74% think global warming is a serious problem.
64% believe it's possible to stop the warming of the planet, though two-thirds think climate change will have a negative impact on their lives.
78% think war and terrorism dominate concerns of national leaders, and 18% think their governments are unconcerned with global warming.
39% blame North America for most of the pollution causing global warming, but two-thirds of North American teens are unsure if global warming is a problem.
20% don't know what causes global warming, or how to prevent it.
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