Tagged with: Climate Asia
Senior Policy Manager, BBC Media Action
BBC Media Action's Senior Policy Manager reports from a lively session at this week's UN climate change conference which shared best practice on climate change communication.
As the Climate Asia team head to the Warsaw Climate Change Conference, BBC Media Action's Tan Copsey blogs about how the project’s findings about how people in Asia are living with climate change is already proving valuable.
Rishika Das Roy
Senior Project Officer
BBC Media Action's Rishika Das Roy on how villagers in rural Odisha used a toolkit from the Climate Asia project to help them to respond to climate change.
Research Officer, BBC Media Action in Nepal
BBC Media Action's Sabina Pradhan in Nepal remembers one particular village she visited for Climate Asia, the largest survey into people’s understanding of climate change in Asia.
Project Director for Climate Asia
Over 33,000 interviews. Seven countries. Over 10 KB of data. The largest ever research study into people’s perceptions of climate change in Asia has published its results – and they’re all available online.
Mohammed Ehsanul Haque Tamal
Research Officer, Research and Learning Group, BBC Media Action, Bangladesh
BBC Media Action's Md. Ehsanul Haque Tamal in Bangladesh on how conversations in Dhaka's Korail slum have helped to shape Asia's biggest ever survey about climate change.
Arif Al Mamun
Senior Research Officer
After rich nations' pledge to compensate poorer countries at the Doha climate change talks, BBC Media Action's senior research officer reflects on the realities facing his country.
Assistant Project Manager for Asia, BBC Media Action
Keeping specific audiences and their needs in mind was the topic of debate at the second annual climate communications day in Doha.
BBC Media Action Research Officer Chuanyan Zhu on how surprising cultural differences have shaped the design of the Climate Asia survey.