Overcoming skepticism with education: interacting influences of worldview and climate change knowledge on perceived climate change risk among adolescents
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- Sifan Hu & Jin Chen, 2016. "Place-based inter-generational communication on local climate improves adolescents’ perceptions and willingness to mitigate climate change," Climatic Change, Springer, vol. 138(3), pages 425-438, October.
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