Perceived changes in temperature are determined by gender, involvement in environmental organization, and completion of environment/climate change related courses. For example, male students involving in environmental organization perceived the temperature as increasing. Moreover, the perceived changes in rainfall are determined by gender, age, years of schooling, involvement in environmental organization, and school of sciences. To say, students from social sciences along with the involvement of environmental organization perceived the rainfall as increasing. In terms of the causes of climate change, comparatively male students from Social Sciences involving in environmental organization perceived climate change as human induced. On the other hand, more female students from Social Sciences compared with Other Sciences perceived the religious views of climate change.
Presented in Session 3. Population, Development, & the Environment; Data & Methods; Applied Demography