Joel Balcita shows his homemade Tinder App costume at the West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval, in West Hollywood, California October 31, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
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As the planet heats up, young people looking for love are throwing aside traditional dating rules and bonding over shared social causes, particularly tackling global warming, according to analysis of profiles on dating app Tinder.An Amnesty International poll this week found climate change tops the list of global concerns for young people worldwide, while the school climate strike movement led by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg has helped make the issue a touchpoint for younger generations.Climate change and the environment were the issues most often mentioned by younger daters, who were 66 percent more likely to cite them than millennial users.However, its millennials came out narrowly ahead of Gen Z daters in terms of engagement on climate issues.
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