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Exploring public attitudes to climate change and travel choices: deliberative research

Key Findings- Exploring public attitudes to climate change and travel choices: deliberative research

Key findings from an 18 month deliberative study that has explored public attitudes to climate change and how this relates to their personal travel choices.

Published:
22 January 2009

Full report - Exploring public attitudes to climate change and travel choices: deliberative research (813 kb)

This report presents the findings from an 18 month deliberative study that has explored public attitudes to climate change and how this relates to their personal travel choices. Specifically this research provides a greater insight into public understanding of climate change and how it relates to personal travel behaviours, explores the barriers and motivations for travel behaviour change, and considers the role of information in increasing public awareness and understanding of the issues.

Published:
22 January 2009

Draft technical report volume I (777 kb)

Draft technical report volume I describes the methodology and the analysis methods used in the full report.

Published:
22 January 2009

Draft technical report volume II (1 Mb)

Draft technical report volume II outlines the process and analysis of the travel diaries and psychographic questionnaires and the follow-up telephone interviews.

Published:
22 January 2009

Draft technical report volume III

Draft technical report volume III contains information about the introductory presentation made by ITS, the presentation given by the experts and the carbon usage presentation given at the fifth meeting.

Published:
22 January 2009