RESIL-RISK (NI) is investigating current understanding and awareness from people in Northern Ireland in relation to climate risks, resilience and adaptation options/policy, as evidence for designing future climate change risk communications and inform policy making.

Working with Dr Katharine Steentjes from Cardiff University, we have developed a survey which has been distributed to the public in NI. Similar surveys have been carried out across the UK in 2019 and 2020 but there were limited responses from NI. We hope to get as many public responses as possible from as many different people to get a good baseline understanding of the NI populations perspectives.

This project is funded by UKRI Climate Resilience Programme & in partnership with Cardiff University.