Living SustainablyIssue 6 - Nov 2007
Further materials from the Who Cares about the Environment in 2006? social research are now available to support the full research report and summary brochure released in late 2006.
Newly available research materials include:
- Fact sheets outlining findings by specific topic areas, such as climate change, water, air and regulation. These four-page easy to read brochures also highlight demographic differences relevant to each topic
- Findings for each survey question by demographic characteristics, including gender, age, education, residential location, language background and with/without children
- Detailed data tables for each survey question, including significant differences between demographic groups, with a guide to interpreting the data.
Download Fact Sheets now:
Who Cares about the Environment? research measures the environmental attitudes, knowledge and behaviour of the people of NSW. It has been undertaken by the Department of Environment and Climate Change NSW (DECC) every three years since 1994.
The Who Cares about the Environment in 2006? research report includes:
- Results of two telephone surveys with a representative sample of 1721 people from across NSW
- Comparisons to the previous Who Cares? surveys
- Analysis of demographic differences within all questions
- Findings from focus group discussions about people's views of the environment and their own environmental activities.
Even more research materials are under development and will be available soon including:
- Further fact sheets on additional topics
- Data tables providing results by NSW region.
Check the DECC website in coming months to access these materials or click here to be notified when these additional materials are available.
> More information
- for information and copies of Who Cares? materials visit: DECC website or phone 131 555.