Restoring Urban Freshwater Diversity Survey data (SO2)

Two surveys were conducted with the joint aim of demonstrating the benefits of applying a systematic behaviour change framework and providing foundational knowledge to inform behaviour change work to protect and restore urban freshwater biodiversity. This data is analysed in three associated papers...

Survey one:

  • Understanding & Prioritising Key Behaviours to Enhance Urban Freshwater Biodiversity (Paper 1)

Survey two:

  • Citizens’ Reporting of Pollution in Stormwater Drains and Waterways (Paper 1)
  • Motivating Urban Residents to Volunteer for Waterway Restoration (Paper 2 inPrep)
  • Installation of above-Ground Rainwater Tanks in Urban Households (Paper 3 InPrep)

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Authors McLeod, Lynette
Maintainer Lynette McLeod
Last Updated March 19, 2024, 10:39 (NZDT)
Created January 31, 2024, 15:27 (NZDT)
Publisher New Zealand's BioHeritage National Science Challenge
Publication Year 2024
Start Date 2022-5
End Date 2022-09