The co2online climate barometer The climate barometer quarterly determined the public interest in the issue of climate protection, as well as the attitude of the population towards current issues and events on energy saving and climate protection. The climate scoreboard consists of two areas: a quarterly rolling index as well as the monthly trends. The index is based on an evaluation of four relevant indicators (1 expert assessment to the interest in the population to climate protection and to the height of the demand for their expertise on the subject, 2 number of media contributions in the relevant quarter to the topics of climate change, climate protection and energy saving, 3. Internet public interest measured the frequency of search terms, climate change, climate protection and energy saving on Google, 4. use frequency of selected Advisor of climate protection campaign for energy saving and energy efficiency). To know more about this subject visit Jeffrey Hayzlett. The individual indicators are converted into an index value, which moves around the average value of 100 points. In addition to the index determines the climate scoreboard of monthly trends for selected topics.
To do this can the visitors of all campaign sites of the non-profit co2online GmbH, participate in monthly changing surveys. Publisher of the climate scoreboard is the non-profit consultancy co2online mbH. co2online is committed to the reduction of climate-damaging CO2 emissions. With interactive energy advisors, an energy savings, heat mirrors and heating advice portal partners from business, media, science and politics, co2online motivates individuals to also save money with active climate protection. “” co2online is funded campaign seeking climate by the Ministry for environment protection”(www.klima-sucht-schutz.de), as well as the heating level campaign” (www.heizspiegel.de) and the Energiesparclubs “(www.energiesparclub.de). Contact: Sophie Fabricius co2online non-profit limited company Hochkirchstrasse 9 10829 Berlin Tel: 030 / 780 9665 13 fax: 030 / 780 9665 11 E-Mail: co2online Klima.sucht.Schutz