Environment Perceptions: Wind Very Serious 2012
When interviewees were presented with a list of hazards common to the region and asked to rate the seriousness of the threat of each, the top four items remain mostly the same as in the free-listing task. Hurricanes were rated as very serious by 88% of respondents. Flooding is seen as very serious by 77% of respondents, followed by wind (68% say is very serious), and inadequate rainfall/drought (67% say is very serious). For more information please read the 10 commune baseline report here.
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