Agho, Kingsley; Stevens, Garry; Taylor, Melanie; Barr, Margo; Raphael, Beverley
Introduction: According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), global warming has the potential to dramatically disrupt some of life's essential requirements for health, water, air and food. Understanding how Australians perceive the risk of global warming is essential for climate change policy and planning. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of, and socio-demographic factors associated with, high levels of perceived likelihood that global warming would worsen, concern for...[Show more]
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