Srovnání podpory veřejnosti pro ochranu divoké přírody a klimatu

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https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.624

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Veřejná podpora ochrany klimatu, Veřejná podpora ochrany divoké přírody, Portrait Value Questionnaire, Nové ekologické paradigma, Reprezentativní šetření, Česká republika

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Hlavním cílem této studie je srovnat postoje veřejnosti k ochraně klimatu a ochraně přírody, neboť v této oblasti výzkumu existuje – nejen v České republice – stále výzkumné bílé místo. V této studii přinášíme podrobnou analýzu a srovnání podpory reprezentativního vzorku české veřejnosti k ochraně klimatu a ochraně divoké přírody. Výsledky regresních analýz ukázaly, že podpora v obou oblastech významně roste s rostoucím proenvironmentálním přesvědčením, volným časem tráveným v přírodě a altruismem. Podpora ochrany klimatu u respondentů také roste společně s vyšší volební účastí, levicovou politickou orientací a nižším věkem. Podpora ochrany přírody roste s vyšší důvěrou v neziskové organizace, a na druhé straně klesá s rostoucí důvěrou ve vědecké a výzkumné instituce. Srovnání skupin vymezených podle míry jejich souhlasu s ochranou klimatu a ochranou divoké přírody ukázalo, že podporu ochrany divoké přírody lze charakterizovat jako inkluzivnější environmentální postoj než podporu ochrany klimatu. Článek diskutuje důsledky těchto zjištění pro tvorbu environmentálních politik a způsoby práce s veřejností v této oblasti.

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Tomáš Chabada, Masarykova Univerzita

The Department of Environmental Studies, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Joštova 10, Brno, 602 00, Czech Republic 

Jan Krajhanzl, Masarykova univerzita

PhDr. Jan Krajhanzl, Ph.D., sociální psycholog a ekopsycholog. Jedenáctým rokem podporuje rozvoj ekopsychologie v České republice, zabývá se například tím, co prožívají děti při kontaktu s přírodou, proč lidé (ne)chrání životní prostředí nebo jak se dají komunikovat environmentální témata s veřejností. Edituje Český portál ekopsychologie (www.ekopsychologie.cz).

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Chabada, T., & Krajhanzl, J. (2021). Srovnání podpory veřejnosti pro ochranu divoké přírody a klimatu. Envigogika, 16(2). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.624