This study was conducted to determine the demographic profile and the level of awareness of climate literacy and mitigation measures of the residents of six selected coastal areas in Davao City, namely, Sasa 11, Brgy. 76A, Bucana, Matina Aplaya, Talomo, and Gulf View. Further, this study determined the mitigation measures of the respondents in terms of the respondents’ actions. Descriptive correlation research design was utilized and a total of four hundred twenty eight randomly selected residents to answer a three part Survey Questionnaire. Pearson product moment coefficient of correlation was used to establish the relationship between the respondents’ awareness on global warming and global climate change and their corresponding mitigation measures. Chi-square tests were used to ascertain the association between the respondents’ demographic profile and awareness on global warming and global climate change; and between the respondents’ demographic profile and their corresponding mitigation measures. Study showed that the respondents’ overall awareness on global warming and global climate is moderate but significantly correlated to their actions to mitigate the impact of these phenomena. Analysis of the results also revealed that among the demographic variables, sex and educational attainment are significantly associated while age, socio-economic status and length of stay in the area are not significantly associated. On the other hand, only age and educational attainment show significant association to the level of awareness on global climate change. Moreover, analysis revealed that, age and educational attainment show significant association while sex, socio-economic status and length of stay do not show significant association to the actions of the respondents to mitigate the impact of global warming and global climate change.