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The British Council has published new research looking at how we can create the conditions for international co-operation on climate change. It provides new insight on values and attitudes towards climate change in China, India, Japan and Mexico as well as on the role that cultural relations can play in supporting international action to protect the environment.  

The research was conducted by LSE Enterprise and British Council teams as part of The Big Conversation programme on how to foster dialogue and cooperation on shared global challenges.  

Read the full report and summary briefing here.