Category: Surveys

Surveying Australia’s water consumers – help get the word out

Australian Water Association (AWA)

The Australian Water Association and Arup have partnered to undertake a national survey of domestic water usage to help ensure that Australia has a sustainable water future. This survey should take about 15 minutes to complete and respondents can enter

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GFR Edible Streets and Suburbs – Community Survey invitation

Global Food Relief invites your participation in a Community Survey to gauge community interest in the development of the Edible Streets and Suburbs program in Australia. Global Food Relief was established with the primary objective of providing relief to the

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Evaluation of NSW “Who Cares About the Environment?” research

UTS is conducting an evaluation of the Who Cares about the Environment? research program and invites you to participate in an online survey by Friday 14 March 2014. Who Cares about the Environment? is a social research program that measures

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Annual surveys of Australian attitudes to climate change

CSIRO is undertaking research to better address public perceptions and understandings of climate change. Four online surveys were undertaken at approximately yearly intervals from 2010 until 2013. The 2013 survey found that previous experience with extreme climate and weather events was positively

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Survey: Who’s tackling invasive species in Australia?

Every year across Australia tens of thousands of people give up their time to battle weeds, feral animals and other invasive threats to the environment, very often without payment. The Invasive Species Council wants to build a picture of the

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Australians less concerned and more optimistic about the environment

Australians’ concerns about the environment have lessened over the past few years, and they feel the natural environment has improved, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The ABS finds that this drop in concern coincided

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