- Narciso Michavila participated in the presentation of the study “Spaniards, renewable energies and biodiversity” promoted by Engie on a sample of 2,200 people interviewed throughout Spain.
- The results show, among other things, that Spaniards are highly concerned about biodiversity, with no major differences by gender or age group.
The study “Spaniards,renewable energies and biodiversity”promoted byENGIE Spainand carried out by GAD3on a sample of 2200 surveys throughout Spain indicates that Spanish society is increasingly aware of the challenge of climate change. Increased climatic events and loss of natural resources are the two main consequences of greatest concern in relation to biodiversity loss, followed by disease and desertification.
This Friday, Narciso Michavila, president of GAD3, participated in the presentation of the study at the Engie Observatory. In his opinion, “the decision-maker’s obligation is to provide truthful information and to treat the citizen as an adult”.
You can find all the data from the study at the following link: ENGIE SPAIN
Universe general population over 18 years of age.
Scope: national (Spain).
Quotas: sex, age group and habitat size, according to the distribution of the target population (INE).
Data collection procedure:computer-assisted online interview (CAWI).
Sample size: 2,200 interviews
Sampling error:+-2.1% (n=2,200) for a confidence level of 95.5% (two sigmas) and under the worst-case scenario of P=Q=0.5 in the simple random sampling assumption.
Duration of the interview: approximately 6-7 minutes.
Dates of fieldwork:during the month of March 2022