Climate Asia in the news at COP18 We presented our findings at the second annual communications day in Doha – and got a room of international communications experts talking about how the […]
We are now just over a year into the Climate Asia project. Having travelled the length and breadth of our seven focus countries and spoken to over 33,000 people we are now releasing the […]
Bach Tan Sinh, PhD, National Institute for Science and Technology Policy and Strategy Studies, Ministry of Science and Technology, and Ngo Cong Chinh, MPA, of the Research Center for Disaster […]
BBC Media Action Research Officer Chuanyan Zhu talks about the many and varied cultural differences we need to consider when designing a survey to be used accross seven countries Visit […]
Climate Asia is the largest public survey into knowledge and understanding of climate change in Asia. Over 23,000 people have been interviewed so far across seven countries. While we progress with our public survey, planning is also underway for the development of our final Climate Asia reports and toolkit, which will give access to our research and strategies for communicating with different audiences on climate change.
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Professor Kees Stigter of Agromet Vision and Professor Yunita T. Winarto of Universitas Indonesia discuss the benefits of a bottom-up approach to active agrometeorological learning amongst farmers in Indonesia. There is understanding around the impacts […]
Tan Copsey, Research Manager for Climate Asia, has written a blog for the BBC Media Action website on our research with experts across Asia and the language of climate change […]