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WTIP recently completed a series about green initiatives and what people are doing around this topic in Cook County. Please take a few moments to fill out this short survey about the project. All answers will be anonymous and not shared publicly. Thank you!

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* 1. The WTIP series “Going Green in Cook County” includes four audio features highlighting the voices and experiences of community members, state officials, and business owners on the North Shore. How much of the series did you hear?

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* 2. If you listened to some or all of the series, what did you find most engaging?

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* 3. How important are renewable energy and other green initiatives to you?

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* 4. How did you listen to the "Going Green in Cook County" series (Select all that apply)

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* 5. Is there any other information you would like to share about this series specifically and how it relates to environmental news coverage provided by WTIP?

Thank you for sharing your thoughts!

Click here to find the complete "Going Green in Cook County" series, archived on our website.

About the series:


The people who call the North Shore home are often recognized for their creative and innovative thinking and lifestyles. In addition, a strong connection to the environment and the natural world are often associated with the people who reside in the far reaches of northeastern Minnesota.

In this series, WTIP explores how people and local businesses are incorporating their lifestyles or business models in a way that could make for a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable lifestyle for generations to come. From family farms near Lake Superior to staff housing for local businesses that are powered by solar, this series shares a variety of stories from the people who are embracing the notion of going green in Cook County.

Support for this series comes from the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
 
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