Tanzania talks climate (BBC)

Africa Talks Climate is the first step in developing long-term strategies for sharing information about climate change. It aims to support all those charged with communicating on climate change, whether they be international organisations, governments, the media, NGOs or community leaders. Providing people with relevant information so that they can effectively address the issues that affect them most is at the heart of the work of the BBC World Service Trust. This is why, with its network of researchers across Africa, the Trust is uniquely positioned to support Africa’s response to climate change by sharing its expertise in understanding and communicating with audiences. From August to October 2009, the BBC World Service Trust’s Research and Learning Group, on behalf of the British Council, conducted research in Tanzania to gauge public understanding of climate change. The overall objective was to find out what people think about climate change, and to determine how to tailor communication and media strategies to support Tanzania’s response to climate change.

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Created Date: 01-11-2015
Last Updated Date: 30-11-2015
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