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Title: Individual adaptation determinants and themes for environmental resilience
Authors: Kaplan, Gizem
Çorbacıoğlu, Eda
Başoğlu, Ahmet Nuri
Keywords: Climate change
Environmental sustainability
Individual adaptation
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: It is now an accepted fact that climate change is an event with increasing consequences and that we humans must do something about it. At this stage, the adaptation of individuals plays a key role. In this study, we searched for various behavioral theories and variables for our future study. With an S-question in-depth interview (7 people for sample size) and a survey of 68 actions (77 people for sample size), we investigated what subjects people tend to make changes in their daily lives. As a result, it has emerged that the tendency is to change the vehicles used in transportation. And the majority of the participants think that the partners who need to take action regarding the climate crisis are the service providers (states, NGOs, industry, and companies) rather than the consumers (individuals).
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