Climate change responses: social and economic research

We research the human response to climate change and the social and economic factors that need to be considered in adapting to a changing climate.

  • Annual surveys of Australian attitudes to climate change

    We conducted annual climate attitude surveys from 2010 to 2014. Most Australians think the climate is changing, and are doing many different things to respond to it, for a variety of reasons.

  • Consumer choices and climate adaptation for the food value chain

    Climate change will continue to influence the quality, quantity and availability of food produced in Australia and globally. Understanding how it will impact the value chain — from inputs to consumers — could assist Australian businesses to make decisions to address these impacts.


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