Long-Term Shifts in Value, Self-Efficacy and Behaviour: The Case of the Citizens' Panel on Edmonton's Energy and Climate Challenges

Alberta Climate Dialogue Research Brief by Joshua P. Armstrong - May 2017

This research brief presents findings from the Citizens’ Panel on Edmonton’s Energy and Climate Challenges. The results demonstrate the long-term effect that participation in a 42 hour deliberative exercise had on participants’ levels of import placed on the issue of climate change (value), perceived ability to impact climate change (self-efficacy) as well as efforts to minimize climate change (behaviour).