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All of the measures on our website are open access and freely available for your use. You may use the measure as long as you cite the original citation as listed on the bottom of the respective measure page.

Environment-Related Livelihoods- Garbage Picking/Sorting/Recycling includes 11 items that examined whether respondents picked, sorted, or recycled any garbage, for their own consumption or for profit. Navigational aspects ( skip-out patterns and next question sequences) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire which can be found here.

Environment-Related Aquaculture- Use of Wild Forests includes 6 items related to the respondents' engagement with mining and oil pumping. Navigational aspects ( skip-out patterns and next question sequences) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire which can be found here.

Environment-Related Livelihoods- Fishing includes 21 items related to the respondents' engagement in fisheries, both for pay or profit, and for household consumption. Navigational aspects ( skip-out patterns and next question sequences) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire which can be found here.

Employment in the Green Economy includes 13 items related to the respondents' job and the activities they currently do, in the context of environmental goods and services. Navigational aspects ( skip-out patterns and next question sequences) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire which can be found here.

The Global Problem Assessment measure includes a single item from Wave 6 of the World Values Survey. The item asked participants to choose the most severe challenge facing the world from options such as poverty, discrimination, poor sanitation, inadequate education, and environmental pollution. The World Values Survey consists of nationally representative surveys conducted in almost 100 countries and was developed to help scientists and policy makers understand global changes in individuals’ beliefs, values and motivations.

The Natural Energy Resources measure includes 4 multi-item questions from the 2003-2004 Cambodian Household Socio-Economic Survey. This measure assesses the availability, usability, and depletion of natural and or energy resources for village residents. One item in particular inquires whether natural resources can be legally obtained by residents.

Perceived Social Norms - Undertaking Environmental Measures is a six-item measure of norms related to organizations engaging in measures that are beneficial to the environment. These norms are used to predict how likely organizations are to carry out environmental measures.

The Climate Change Anxiety Scale is a 22-item measure of the emotional response to climate change. The measure has four sub-scales including cognitive and emotional impairment, functional impairment, personal experience of climate change, and behavioral engagement. The scale has been validated in the

Disaster and hazard exposure, preparedness and consequences includes 7 items related to experience of extreme weather events, natural hazards, or other disaster situations in the past 12 months, and how the respondent reacted at the time. Navigational aspects ( skip-out patterns and next question sequences) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire which can be found here.

The Child Labor – Montenegro measure includes 23 items from the 2013 Montenegro and Montenegro Roma Settlements Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) Household Questionnaire. The items ask household members about the involvement of children in the household in employment, business, and household activities. MICS is an international household survey initiative designed to collect data on the global situation of children and women. Navigational aspects (, skip-out patterns) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire.

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