Public attitudes to climatic shocks and their interaction with the food system
This report details the findings of a public survey, looking to gauge public attitudes towards climate change, climatic shocks and how these issues link to the food system. Given evidence that adaptation from across the food system will be necessary to successfully mitigate climate change, this project aimed to explore public engagement with climate issues and potential routes for food system change.
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