Update: Questionnaire on food security and biodiversity conservation

A month ago we launched our questionnaire on food security and biodiversity conservation here on this blog. We have received a lot of positive feedback and support for the questionnaire so far.  We are particularly happy that it has been completed for 143 landscapes from many parts of the world (see map). A big ‘Thank you’ to all of you who have contributed to it by filling the questionnaire or by helping us to distribute it!

 

Map of the number of responses per country that we got in the last four weeks. Ethiopia obviously stands out as we have a case study landscape there as well and we seem to be quite well connected to experts in the country.

Map of the number of responses per country that we got in the last four weeks. Ethiopia obviously stands out as we have a case study landscape there ourselves and we seem to be quite well connected to experts in the country.

For those who had planned to fill the questionnaire, but haven’t done so yet – there is still time. Also, if you have contacts in those parts of the world where our responses are a bit thin so far, please forward the questionnaire to those colleagues. The survey will be open until 31 January 2016.

Again, here are the details.

To fill the questionnaire go to the following page:
https://evasys.leuphana.de/evasys_02/online.php
and enter the password (“TAN/Losung”):
foodbiodiv

More information on the questionnaire can also be found here.

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