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Public risk perceptions, understandings and responses to climate change in Australia and Great Britain
This final report presents and discusses national survey findings from a collaborative and cross-national research project undertaken by Griffith University (Australia) and Cardiff University (UK)Expand
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Encountering climate change: ‘Seeing’ is more than ‘Believing’
Individuals' direct exposure to and experience of climate change are arguably integral aspects of their risk perceptions, understandings, and engagement with the issue. Recent research investigatingExpand
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Public Risk Perceptions, Understandings, and Responses to Climate Change and Natural Disasters in Australia, 2010 and 2011
This report presents and discusses the findings of a second Australian national survey examining and monitoring public risk perceptions, understandings, and responses to climate change and naturalExpand
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Public Risk Perceptions, Understandings, and Responses to Climate Change and Natural Disasters in Australia and Great Britain
This final report presents and discusses national survey findings from a collaborative and cross-national research project undertaken by Griffith University (Australia) and Cardiff University (UK)Expand
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Coping with climate change: bringing psychological adaptation in from the cold
The chapter addresses the neglect of psychological coping and adaptation and the psychological impacts of the threat of climate change in the context of climate change science approaches toExpand
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The Threat of Climate Change: Psychological Response, Adaptation, and Impacts
This chapter examines the existing social and health science literature addressing the psychological impacts of the threat of climate change. The exercise reflects a convergent environmental, social,Expand
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