Survey on water sensitive behaviours for householders

Tania Struzina / Clearwater

The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities is currently running a survey into industry perceptions of water sensitive behaviours. The survey data will contribute to a research project entitled ‘Catalysing water sensitive behaviours in Australian urban households’ by CRC WSC PhD candidate Sarah Kneebone and forms part of program A2.2 ‘Accelerating transitions to Water Sensitive Cities by influencing behaviour’. If you have experience in flood defence, water conservation, water pollution, sustainability, community engagement, planning, water management and policy we encourage you to participate in the relevant survey/s  to prioritise behaviours householders could adopt to help create more water sensitive cities.

Each survey takes 15 - 20 minutes and there are three surveys to choose from:

  1. Household behaviours to reduce flood damage.
  2. Prioritising water-saving behaviours for households.
  3. Prioritising behaviours to reduce household-source water pollution.

These surveys will be open until August 30. By completing the survey you will be eligible to enter the draw for an iPad Air 2.