View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of "Changing Attitudes" on Discogs. It also examines behaviour change during the level 3 heat-health alert between 16 and 23 June, which was associated with an estimated excess. This study draws insights from previous surveys on climate change and applies these to heat waves. The findings are part of a larger research. The aim of this study was to examine the perception and attitudes towards heat waves in the context of climate change among a group of residents in Adelaide. Transforming heat: public attitudes research. Findings from a survey of the British public on the transition to a low-carbon heating future. Social scientists have long recognized that, to a certain extent, “all climate change is local.” Surveys show that during heat waves. 3 In the case of climate change, although people who hold more positive attitudes toward renewable energy may be more likely to install solar panels on their. Broad concern about climate change is not driving widespread uptake of low-carbon heat. Raising awareness of low-carbon systems may not be enough to drive. environmentally-friendly heating technologies was important. Instead, support for a transition was more strongly associated with attitudes to climate change. Reporting on the European Heatwaves and Climate Change: Journalists' Attitudes, Motivations and Role Perceptions.