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Participant Survey

Share your perspective as we shape state efforts to reduce the transportation sector’s impact on climate change! Climate change is happening here and now in Minnesota. The Walz-Flanagan administration and state agencies are working to reduce the worst impacts of climate change and help Minnesota communities prepare for climate change impacts that can’t be avoided.

The Minnesota Climate Change Subcabinet (created under Executive Order 19-37) is gathering input from Minnesotans through surveys like this and engagement events to identify near-term actions we can take to combat the climate crisis. Input from this survey, which is focused on exploring transportation and land use strategies to reduce carbon pollution, will help shape upcoming engagement opportunities. Input will be incorporated into an upcoming Climate Action Framework, which will map out what it will take for Minnesota to be carbon neutral, resilient, and equitable.

This survey will take about 10 minutes to complete.

This survey is being administered by MnDOT's Office of Sustainability and Public Health. All responses are confidential and data will be reported in aggregate. Any information that you provide is considered public data under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 13. This means that if someone, including the news media, requests this information we are obligated to provide it to them under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. 
See disclaimer: mndot.gov/information/disclaimer.html

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* 1. How would you rate your understanding of how transportation and land use decisions affect climate change and related community impacts?

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* 2. What topics related to the link between transportation and land use planning would you like to learn more about? (Select all that apply)

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* 3. What questions do you have about how transportation and land use planning can reduce climate change impacts?

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* 4. From your perspective, what is the most important strategy the state can take to build connected communities that can help us achieve our state’s greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals?

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* 5. How would you describe the community context in which you are most interested in developing strategies to address climate change?

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* 6. How would you describe your role in addressing climate change?

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* 7. Is there anything else you’d like us to know?

Our goal is to get input from a wide range of individuals. In order to understand who is participating in this survey, we’re collecting demographic information to identify who we’re hearing from. Providing data is optional; however, by answering you will be helping MnDOT understand the needs and preferences of the diverse communities that MnDOT serves. Your responses will be compiled in aggregate and will not be associated with you, personally.

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* 8. What is your zip code?

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* 9. What is your age?

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* 10. Are you of Hispanic or Latino descent?

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* 11. Which of the following best describes your racial background?

Thank you for taking time to share your thoughts with us! The information will help us shape our engagement efforts in addition to guiding the State’s future efforts to address climate change in Minnesota. In the meantime, please share this survey with others and encourage them to participate. You can also visit the Our Minnesota Climate website to learn more and sign-up to receive climate-related news and updates.
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