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Posted On: 27 October 2016 02:12 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:16 pm

Complete this Environmental Survey from QEERI and get a chance to win vouchers!

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The Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute (QEERI) is doing a joint study with The Ministry of Development, Planning and Statistics (MDPS) on understanding citizens (including residents) perception, attitude and behavior of the environmental issues. This is their final survey. The first and second survey were launched in February and April. They addressed a wide range of issues from water, energy, environmental policy, local campaigns, etc.

This survey will address issues related to waste, transport, food, and consumerism.

Do you think Qatar needs adequate public transport? Do you need infrastructure where we can ride bikes and cross roads without the fear of being hit by a car? Do you want recycling facilities easily accessible to you?

Then make your opinion heard. Your opinion matters!

MDPS and QEERI urge you to complete this survey titled the 'Baseline Survey of Environmental Attitude and Belief of Residents in Qatar - 3' on their website:

It is available both in English and Arabic.

The results of these surveys will be invaluable to support environmental education and awareness programmes and provide informed recommendations to policy-makers and government stakeholders.

Ten randomly selected respondents will get a QR200 voucher to redeem at Virgin Megastore.

If you haven’t filled the first two surveys, you can find the links on the same site as well. The survey will be up till November 5, 2016.

Please feel free to share with your friends, colleagues and family members.

If you haven't completed QEERI's second survery, please follow this link and do so:

The second survey covers issues like climate change, local awareness campaigns, government policies in protecting the environment, and more The survey will close on November 5, 2016. Kindly share this survey with family, friends and colleagues as well.

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