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2015 Global Waste Survey: What do you want to know about waste in 2015?

Please take the 2015 Global Waste Survey to tell us what you want to know or discuss about waste in 2015.

As part of be Waste Wise‘s global dialogues on waste, we are conducting this 2015 Global Waste Survey so that you can choose the most important conversations that should take place about waste. Based on your ratings and suggestions, we will find panelists for topics and organize live webinars which you can watch for free and participate. We will also utilize your ratings to prioritize topics for our articles and other content. Results of the survey will be published as a list. The list will enable you and other change makers around the world to prioritize efforts in addressing waste management challenges.

How to fill the survey?

On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is the lowest and 5 is the highest rating, please rate each topic based on how important discussing it is to you and its potential to enhance the knowledge of a global audience on the subject of waste management.

The survey closes on 17th APRIL at 23.59 GMT.

If you prefer to submit your ratings anonymously, please write Anonymous in the FULL NAME field before clicking on Submit.

At the end of the survey, we will ask you about your geographic location and affiliation. We urge everyone to provide this information (even those of you who want to contribute anonymously). The EMAIL IDs you provide as part of the survey will not be used for any other purposes.

THANK YOU

This list has been compiled by be Waste Wise with a significant contribution from Adam Read. Thanks to Adam Read, Ramy Salemdeeb, Jacquelyn Ottman and Craig Dsouza for their help in making this list–with such a broad spectrum of topics–possible.

 

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