These world maps show the percentages of respondents in each country and territory who say they have most recently experienced each extreme weather event included in the study (rising sea levels, flood, drought, long periods of unusually hot weather, wildfire, severe weather) and who think that climate change contributed "a moderate amount" or "a great deal" to that event. Long periods of unusually hot weather was the hazard most likely to be attributed to climate change. Data: International Public Opinion on Climate Change: Extreme Weather and Vulnerability, 2023.