Survey on climate change and local authorities (UK)
By Ben Brangwyn 9th May 2011
Local Authorities and climate change – Green Alliance survey
Our friends at Green Alliance are looking at how localism is affecting the priority that local authorities give to climate change, as well as any changes to the role of local civil society groups in securing action.
They’re undertaking a survey and we think it could definitely yield interesting results that might help transition groups engage with their local authority. It’s quite an involved survey, and I estimate it’d take around 20 minutes to respond to properly. Here’s their email to us:
“For our Climate Change survey concerning civil society groups and local authorities, we’d find it really valuable to hear from Transition Initiatives on these issues.
We’re exploring how the localism agenda is changing the way that civil society groups interact with their local authority on climate change and the environment, and the priority given to the issues. We’d like your input, even if you don’t think that there are any significant changes in place. The survey can be accessed here https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CS73WKV.
Thanks in anticipation.”
Contact Faye Scott at Green Alliance with any questions – firstname.lastname@example.org.