A case study of perceptions of climate change ...
|Title||A case study of perceptions of climate change impacts and child well-being: implications for development programming|
|Author(s)||D. R. Brown, H. C. P. Brown, C. A. Shore|
|Abstract||Climate change will affect those most vulnerable in the developing world, and humanitarian relief and development organizations will need to respond. Using a quantitative survey, the attitudes of World Vision staff towards climate change and its risks for children were examined. Results indicate a very strong awareness of climate change and its risks to the key outcome indicator of the organization (child well-being), but there are significant variations within the organization. Specific groups perceive fewer risks to child well-being and may be less supportive of action on climate change. Internal strategies are needed to build necessary commitments to organizational action.|
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