Friends of the Earth is a community-driven organisation working for environmental protection and social justice. 

We're surveying community members in the inner eastern and south-eastern suburbs to understand community views on climate impacts, solutions, policies, and targets. We'd welcome your participation.

Survey responses are anonymous. All data collected will be treated in accordance with Friends of the Earth's privacy policy.  

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Act on Climate coordinator, Leigh Ewbank: leigh.ewbank@foe.org.au

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* 1. What is your age?

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* 2. What is your postcode?

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* 3. Please rank the top three climate impacts on Australia that most concern you (1 - most concern to 3 - lesser concern)

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* 4. Is there a climate impact of concern that was not listed?

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* 5. What, if any, climate impacts have you observed in your neighbourhood? 

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* 6. What steps have you taken to tackle climate change? (Select all that are relevant)

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* 7. In terms responding to climate change, how do you rate the performance of the following:

  Doing a lot About right Needs to do more
Community
Local govt
State govt
Federal govt
Private sector

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* 8. Did you know that the USA and UK have committed to reduce emissions by 50-63% by 2030? 

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* 9. Did you know Victoria has committed to reduce emissions by 45-50% by 2030?

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* 10. Did you know Australia has committed to reduce emissions by 26-28% by 2030?

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* 11. Do you think Australian should:

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* 12. Did you know that the European Union is considering a 'Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism' (CBAMs) to put a levy on imports of specific products from countries without carbon pricing?

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* 13. To what extent do you agree with this statement: “The European Union's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism will negatively affect the Australian export industries.”

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* 14. Who should pay for Australia to tackle the climate crisis? (I.e: Roll out technologies to cut emissions and other measures to build community resilience to climate impacts)

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* 15. Is there anything else you would like to say about responding to climate change?

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