Africa Talks Climate: The public understanding of climate change in ten countries. Executive Summary.
- Department for International Development
- 1 January 2010
- Congo (Democratic Republic), Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria Senegal, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda
- Document Type:
- Country Report
- Climate and Environment
- Burton, M., Cooke, S., Godfrey, A., Neville, L., Pauker, E., and le Roux-Rutledge, E.
Report of research with 1000 citizens and nearly 200 opinion leaders in 10 countries across sub-Saharan Africa.
This report summarizes research conducted to date on public understanding of climate change in Africa. The research programme was called Africa Talks Climate (ATC). Fieldwork completed in 2009 convened discussions with over 1000 citizens and nearly 200 opinion leaders in ten countries across sub-Saharan Africa. Using a qualitative research approach, ATC sought to assess current attitudes and understanding and identify how media and communication can best support Africans’ response to climate change.
Burton, M.; Cooke, S.; Godfrey, A.; Neville, L.; Pauker, E.; le Roux-Rutledge, E. Africa Talks Climate: The public understanding of climate change in ten countries. Executive Summary. BBC World Service Trust, London, UK (2010) 20 pp.
Published: 1 January 2010
Document Type: Country Report
Theme: Climate and Environment
Authors: Burton, M. Cooke, S. Godfrey, A. Neville, L. Pauker, E. le Roux-Rutledge, E.