Southeast Asia Climate Outlook

Southeast Asia Climate Outlook: 2021 Survey Report

 

The Southeast Asia Climate Outlook: 2021 Survey Report marks the second iteration of the Southeast Asia Climate Outlook Survey, which was conducted from 11 June to 2 August 2021. Designed to gather insights on the perspectives of Southeast Asian citizens towards a wide variety of climate change issues, the online survey covered topics including climate change impacts, urban mitigation and adaptation, low-carbon transitions and partnership on climate action. It drew a total of 610 responses from citizens of all 10 ASEAN states, and its findings provide a general sense of the prevailing views of Southeast Asian citizens towards climate change issues.


 

Southeast Asia Climate Outlook: 2020 Survey Report

 

The Southeast Asia Climate Outlook: 2020 Survey Report – ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute conducted its first Southeast Asia Climate Outlook Survey from 3 August 2020 to 18 September 2020. Designed to provide insights on climate change perspectives among Southeast Asian citizens, the online survey covered topics such as climate change impacts, mitigation, adaptation, the transition to low-carbon economies and partnership on climate action. It drew a total of 502 respondents from all ten ASEAN member states, and its findings serve as a barometer of general views and attitudes of Southeast Asian citizens towards climate change issues.