Kingston Climate Emergency Youth Survey


1. Introduction
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This survey has been created by the Kingston and Richmond Youth Council (KRYC), who are working in partnership with Achieving for Children and Kingston Council.

Our aim is to find out how important you think climate change is, the actions you are taking, and what else you, your family or your school could do to tackle it.

This survey was made by young people, for young people 11-19 (25 with a disability), and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

The survey is open from Monday 16 November until Monday 14 December 2020- This has been extended to Friday 19th March 2021. 

Your response to this survey will be used to help us develop an action plan for Kingston young people to support them in tackling the climate emergency. Young people will be invited to take part in a focus group, facilitated by the Kingston and Richmond Youth Council where the action plan will be developed. 

By answering the survey you could win prizes including:
A £50 Amazon voucher
A climate change talk for your school by Dr Neil Jennings from Imperial College, London 

At the end of the survey you will be asked to give us your contact details if you wish to take part in a focus group. Your answers won't be linked to your email address.

Privacy notice
The information collected about you in this survey is collected in compliance with data protection legislation. The information is held securely by Achieving for Children for the specific purpose above and will not be shared with other agencies or organisations without seeking your explicit consent. For more detail, please read our privacy policy here: