Survey for the Just Nature project
What role does environmental justice play in your daily work?
What role does environmental justice play in your daily work? AND What key aspects do you think need to be considered for the planning of low carbon and just cities?
As part of the EU HORIZON project, JUSTNature, we are conducting a survey to understand how urban planners and practitioners address these questions. We specifically want to understand the importance you attribute to environmental justice when implementing low carbon and high air quality nature-based solutions (NbS)*.
As part of the survey, we will test some of our concepts and assumptions about different justice components (e.g., air quality injustice, thermal injustices, carbon injustices, spatial injustices, flora, fauna, and habitat inclusive, temporal injustices) in NbS. There are no right or wrong answers. All input is important.
The survey should take approximately 20 minutes. Target group: urban planners
If you want to be informed about the results of this survey and receive other news from the project send an email to Tannya Pico at email@example.com
Link to the survey
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