CCAT has recently produced reports relating to our work. The first report “Understanding Public Perceptions of Climate Change: A Case Study of Pembrokeshire County Council and Local Communities” sets out key findings from our study exploring the perceptions and attitudes held by individual employees within Pembrokeshire County Council, presenting a suite of recommendations for consideration by the council in their climate change related programme of work.
The second report “Climate Change Engagement with the Havens Community” documents the discussions on adapting to climate change with The Havens community in Wales. The project was a collaboration between the Natural Resources Wales Marine Area Statement team and CCAT partners Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum. It enabled new engagement tools developed by CCAT to be trialed with a community. The work was also aligned with the Marine Area Statement’s community engagement actions.
You can read the reports here