An initiative of the ACT Greens MLAs

The purpose of this survey is to consult about how the ACT Government can further support the sharing community. 

What is a Sharing City?

The core values of the Sharing City are environmental sustainability, social justice and people power.

A Sharing City is of, by and for all people no matter their race, class, gender, economic status, sexual orientation, or ability. In other words, Sharing Cities are primarily civic, with residents focused on taking care of each other, their city.

New and resurgent solutions are democratizing how we produce, consume, govern, and solve social problems. The maker movement, collaborative consumption, the solidarity economy, open source software, transition towns, open government, and social enterprise are just a few of the movements showing a way forward based on sharing. (www.shareable.net)

Sharing activities in Canberra are already thriving with farmers markets, housing cooperatives, buy nothing groups, men’s sheds, business incubators, pop-up spaces, renewable energy co-operatives, community gardens, little street libraries, seed saving, re-distributing surplus food and crowd-source funding.

This Survey will take about 6 minutes to complete. The questions are optional.

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* 1. Which sharing sector(s) are you involved in?

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* 2. Are there any obstacles to your work in the sharing economy?

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* 3. How would you rank the following options to promote sharing?

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* 4. How would you rank the following policy proposals?

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* 5. How would you rank the following law reforms?

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* 6. Are there any other laws or regulations that should be reformed?

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* 7. How would you rank the following funding options?

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* 8. Are there any other sharing economy activities that should receive grants or incentives?

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* 9. What's your vision for Canberra: Sharing City?

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* 10. Your contact details?

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* 11. Thank you for your ideas.  For more information about the sharing economy, visit websites:

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