Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST
Registration Cost: $35.00
*An audio recording of the webinar will be made available to all those who register.
Our views and knowledge about the environment (plastics pollution to pipelines and policy, etc.) can vary dramatically nationwide, and, depending on the issue, be fixed or shifting fast.Understanding this nuance is critical intel for all players in the environmental movement.
This 60-min. webinar by EcoAnalytics Research Partner Dr. Louise Comeau (UNB) will present results of its recent Panoramic Survey (June 2018), which put more than 50 questions on a broad range of environmental issues to 3,000 Canadians.
Participants will learn some of the findings from each of its four modules: Tracking (shifts in opinion on a fixed set of questions); Thematic (frames for discussing climate change); and National and Regional omnibus modules. The survey included powerful sub-samples of 500 respondents for each of six major regions: BC, AB, SK/MB; ON; QC and the Atlantic Provinces. Participants will have opportunities to ask questions, access to an audio recording.
EcoAnalytics is a cooperative research initiative between leading eNGOs and the Université de Montréal and University of New Brunswick. It is generously supported by North Growth Foundation, Trottier Family Foundation, Ivey Foundation and Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, as well as the JW McConnell Family Foundation and Metcalf Foundation.