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This nationally representative dataset shows people’s attitudes towards their country, how they feel they are adapting to changes in climate and how they use media and information. Scroll down to access our resilience and media data.

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The dataset includes:

Resilience: data from the 2012 Climate Asia survey that shows how people cope with changes in climate and what communications can do to help them.

Media: data from the 2012 survey that shows how people access and use media.

Key insights
83% of people surveyed felt that their health had been impacted by changes in weather and the environment.
17% of people surveyed said they had made livelihood changes, most had supplemented their income in other ways (49%), changed their job (34%) or grown alternative crops (26%)
98% of respondents said they had watched TV recently (in the last day) with the majority wanting to receive information on climate-related issues via Television
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