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CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION

General and specific motivations

Climate change adaptation encompasses a wide range of behaviours in response to a variety of short- and long-term risks. Now meta-analyses identify which motivational factors are consistent predictors of adaptation action, and which are more context-specific.

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Correspondence to Andrea Louise Taylor.

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