Climate Change Knowledge Attitudes and Practices Survey Report - St. Vincent and the Grenadines
The Knowledge Attitudes and Practice Survey (KAP) on Climate Change was commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme through the Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (J-CCCP).
The KAP measured respondents general knowledge on climate change including their understanding of what climate change is, what causes climate change and how climate change is impacting their community. It also measured respondents attitudes to climate change, specifically, their level of concern about the issue, their perceptions on the importance of various actions that can be taken, perception on actions being taken at all levels and their willingness to take action to address climate change. The survey also attempted to identify actions being taken by the community to address climate change as well as barriers to action. Finally, the KAP survey measured media use, prominence of climate change stories in the media and most effective ways to reach communities with messages.