Traditional village roles and gender shape Samoan perceptions of climate change

Joshua J Cassinat
Kristin C Cassinat
Tavailau Segi
Namulauulu G Tavana
Richard A Gill

Climate change poses a significant threat to indigenous societies and cultures in the South Pacific. Within these societies, women and indigenous cultures need increased representation in climate change assessment and adaptation strategy development. To capture the diversity of effects and maximize creative approaches to address climate change we studied how gender influences perceptions of climate change in response to climate-related environmental change, adaptation strategies, and the perception of adaptation strategies that are currently in place.

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Submitted by Jennifer Danford
May 19, 2023
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