Bristol Citizens' Panel survey - Climate Change

Closed 16 Feb 2020

Opened 5 Feb 2020

Results Updated 23 Apr 2020

733 panel members answered questions to support a public consultation upon Bristol City Council developing a website to help people reduce their effect on climate change.

The responses to this Citizens' Panel survey and the full consultation will be analysed to help shape the development of a website that will assist people in reducing their effect on climate change.

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Overview

Panel members were asked questions that would support a public consultation upon Bristol City Council developing a website to help people reduce their effect on climate change.

<Click here> to see the details of the full public engagement.

Why We Are Consulting

Climate change is a long-term shift in global or regional climate patterns. Human activities such as burning gas, oil and coal are contributing to a changing climate, which in turn can cause rising sea level,  poorer harvests, more severe and frequent storms, droughts, wildfires, and extreme temperatures, and extinction of some animals and plants. We all have a part to play in reducing our impact on the environment.

We would like to hear the panels' views, which will help us create a more useful website.

If you would like this information in another language, braille, audio tape, large print, easy English, BSL video or CD rom or plain text please contact us by emailing consultation@bristol.gov.uk or calling 0117 922 2848.

The survey is being conducted with members of the Bristol Citizens' Panel

This survey closes on Sunday 16 February.

What Happens Next

The responses to this Citizens' Panel survey and the full consultation will be analysed to help shape the development of a website that will assist people in reducing their effect on climate change.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Citizens' Panel

Interests

  • Environment