Articles | Volume 78, issue 2
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09 May 2023
Standard article |  | 09 May 2023

Production of knowledge on climate change perception – actors, approaches, and dimensions

Anika Zorn, Susann Schäfer, and Sophie Tzschabran

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Adapting to the impacts of climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. How we perceive climate change impacts plays an important role in this. Our study shows that previous research on climate change perceptions predominantly examines affected actors and their individual behavior, neglecting perceptions of decision-makers and perceptions of the collective and institutional level of climate change. This desideratum may contribute to a lack of perspectives on adaptation policies.