Climate Justice Survey
Research project into climate justice and different ways to respond to climate change
Researchers from the School of Environment at the University of Auckland are carrying out a research project into climate justice and different ways to respond to climate change.
In particular, they are interested in exploring what different people in Aotearoa New Zealand perceive to be the fairest and most effective ways of addressing climate change. And also who they think should be responsible for making decisions and taking actions to reduce the risks presented by climate change.
You are invited to participate in this research project, by completing a short online questionnaire that should take you 10-15 minutes to complete.
Your participation in this questionnaire will be completely anonymous, and your identity will not be known to the researchers.
You can access the survey and further information about the project here.
There is also the opportunity to take part in a follow up interview. More details available using the above link.
Project title: What counts as fair and equitable climate change adaptation in Aotearoa New Zealand? An exploratory study of climate adaptation justice
Researchers: Grace May, Bethany Waller, Cilla Brown, Dr Leane Makey
Lead researcher/Supervisor: Dr Meg Parsons
APPROVED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND HUMAN PARTICIPANTS ETHICS COMMITTEE ON 16/12/21 for 3 years
Reference Number UAHPEC/23594