Climate Change Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavioural Practices in the OECS: Report on the KAP Survey of Six Participating Member States

Climate Change Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavioural Practices in the OECS: Report on the KAP Survey of Six Participating Member States

This report presents the results of a Survey of Knowledge Attitudes and Practices (KAP) towards climate change that was carried out during the period June 2012 to June 2013.

It’s key findings include that unemployment, crime and violence, and poverty were perceived as the three most serious problems facing the Caribbean. Less than 2 per cent of all respondents across 6 OECS countries listed climate change as the most serious issue facing the Caribbean. Few respondents considered climate change to be among the top three most important issues facing the Caribbean. 

 

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