Have you moved to the UK from Pakistan or Somalia in the last 10 years, and live in Greater Manchester?
If yes, then we would like to hear your thoughts.
The TIES project at the University of Manchester Sustainable Consumption Institute is exploring how people from diverse backgrounds can contribute to the kinds of changes we all need to make to tackle climate change, such as saving energy, water and food within our homes and everyday lives. It is looking at everyday concerns and habits, as well as where we get trusted information about environmental issues.
The research aims to inform and encourage more diverse and inclusive approaches to environmental issues in the UK.
Do you have 30 minutes to complete our survey?
(The project is not connected to the City Council or any other organisations. Your responses are in confidence.)
- The QPR code below will take you directly to the survey.
- If you would prefer a paper copy, please contact Nafhesa Ali: Nafhesa.Ali@manchester.ac.uk
- Organiser of TIES: Towards Inclusive Environmental Sustainability
Understanding sustainable consumption requires focus on how people live, how they acquire, appreciate, use and dispose of goods and services, and how innovations can promote a more environmentally friendly lifestyle.
In challenging orthodox thinking, our researchers undertake interdisciplinary social scientific analysis of the processes of production and consumption, within a diverse range of scales and contexts. We actively engage with businesses, policy-makers and civil society organisations, striving to inform wider public debate.
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