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
Date 2012
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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