Global Warming Risk Perceptions in India

  title={Global Warming Risk Perceptions in India},
  author={Jagadish Thaker and Nicholas J. Smith and Anthony Leiserowitz},
  journal={Risk Analysis},
Few studies have focused on global warming risk perceptions among people in poor and developing countries, who are disproportionately impacted by climate change. This analysis conducts a comprehensive assessment of global warming risk perceptions in India using a national sample survey. Consistent with cultural theory, egalitarianism was positively associated with global warming risk perceptions. In addition, perceived vulnerability and resilience to extreme weather events were also two of the… 
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