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Attribution matters: revisiting the link between extreme weather experience and climate change mitigation responses
The literature suggests that extreme weather experiences have potential to increase climate change engagement by influencing the way people perceive the proximity and implications of climate change. Yet, limited attention has ...
Socio-demographic differences in environmental concern and willingness to pay for addressing global climate change in Pakistan
Previous research indicates that socio-demographic attributes are important predictors of environmental concern. However, this research mainly focused on Western societies, with minimal representation of non-Western ...
The resilience paradox: flooding experience, coping and climate change mitigation intentions
(Taylor and Francis, 2018-12-24)
Climate change is projected to increase the frequency, intensity and unpredictability of extreme weather events across the globe and these events are likely to have significant mental health implications. The mental health ...
Knowledge, morality and threat perception: A juxtaposition of internal influences on climate change-related behavioral intentions in Nigeria
(Taylor and Francis, 2012-10-01)
As part of efforts to mitigate the consequences of environmental degradation resulting from negative human activities, the focus of social–scientific studies on human–nature relationships has expanded in the last two decades ...
Exposure to the IPCC special report on 1.5°C global warming is linked to perceived threat and increased concern about climate change
This article investigates the influence of exposure to the IPCC special report on 1.5°C global warming on climate change attitudes. Among a nationally representative sample of the Norwegian public, we found that exposure ...
The moderating role of political affiliation in the link between flooding experience and preparedness to reduce energy use.
Research suggests that highlighting links between local weather events and climate change can help promote climate change engagement. Yet, the evidence for the relationship between weather experiences and climate change ...