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416. Investigating Climate Change Locally

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On the surface of it, it seems difficult to do a NEA on an extremely important topic such as climate change.

This Geo Factsheet looks at how students can look at phenology; use questionnaires to illicit people’s experiences of climate change; or alternatively, consider weather events which could be associated with climate change, such as very hot weather or short blasts of cold weather (e.g. The Beast from the East) or episodes of flooding or drought.

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September 2020

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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