About the Project

Hello and thanks for agreeing to participate in this survey!

You have been selected to take part in this important survey about water risk and security for Australia. The only eligibility requirement to participate in this survey is that you manage a working farm in Australia. Please note that you do not need to use irrigation on your farm to participate. 
By completing this survey you will have a chance to win one of five  $200 shopping vouchers OR a pair of RM Williams Boots.
In addition, for each completed survey we will be donating $10 to the CWA Drought Relief Fund.

What is the project about?
The Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) is undertaking this research on behalf of the NAB on how the financial sector can better support and reward growers for improved water risk management.

The output from this research will be used by academics, policy makers and bank professionals to improve financial and environmental risk decision making, specifically around water scarcity.

You are free to withdraw your participation at any time during this research (before submitting your survey responses) without giving any reason. 

How will responses be used?
All individual responses will be kept confidential. Information provided during the survey may be aggregated and reported in publicly available documents and scholarly research papers.  

The final reports and academic papers will be made available to the general public on the ISF website, scholarly journals and via media releases.

NAB and drought
NAB is very aware of the challenges and unpredictability of life on the land and the impact of drought on its customers, employees and the wider community. In July 2018 NAB made a number of announcements in support of farmers and their families along with a suite of customer relief measures.

Who can I contact if I have questions or concerns?
If you have any concerns, questions or comments about the research you can contact Dr Scott Kelly at the Institute for Sustainable Futures on +61 2 9514 4881 or scott.kelly@uts.edu.au. You may also raise concerns, questions or comments with your interviewer.  Studies undertaken by the Institute for Sustainable Futures have been approved in principle by the University of Technology Sydney, Human Research Ethics Committee. If you have any complaints or reservations about any aspect of your participation in this research you may contact the ISF Ethics Coordinator, Dr Keren Winterford (02 9514 4972) or the ISF Deputy Director, Professor Cynthia Mitchell (02 9514 4953). You may also contact the UTS Ethics Committee through the Research Ethics Officer (02 9514 9615). Any complaint you make will be treated in confidence and investigated fully and you will be informed of the outcome.

Do you wish to continue?
By selecting yes, you agree to the terms and conditions of the above.

Thank you in advance for your participation

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* 1. Do you wish to participate in this survey?

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