Life After Lockdown

Life After Lockdown

A survey from Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

During the last few months we have all experienced a different way of life. As you start to consider life after lockdown, you may be thinking about how to hold on to things that have surprised and delighted you in recent months such as discovering new local green spaces, spotting new wildlife in your garden or simply spending more time in nature.

Together with our supporters and partners, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has the opportunity to influence decisions for the recovery of the natural world and the economy in our county and we can make your voice heard. Please tell us how much you have valued nature and your concerns for the future. 

1. Have you noticed any changes around you during lockdown?

2. Would you say any of the following have applied for you during lockdown?

3. Where have you been spending time outdoors?

4. What are your greatest concerns for nature in Nottinghamshire? (please choose up to 3 concerns)

5. Are there any lifestyle changes you may keep compared to life before lockdown?

6. With the impacts of climate change ever more apparent, in addition to reducing your carbon footprint which of the following actions would you consider?

7. Are there any lessons from life in lockdown that you think some employers should consider?

8. We believe that at least 30% of land in our country needs to be welcoming to wildlife. What changes would you like to see in Nottinghamshire to boost nature's recovery? (Please choose up to 3 changes you would most like to see)

9. Given the urgency of the need to act to tackle the climate and ecological emergencies will you pledge to do one or more of the following to help?

Tell us about yourself

We're wild about inclusion. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience wildlife in their daily lives, that's why we are committed to putting equality, diversity and inclusion at the heart of our movement and ensure that our audience is representative of Nottinghamshire's population. 

We know that not everyone has equal access to nature. Therefore it's important for us to better understand the views and culture of our audience to help us improve connection and inclusivity for all and ensure everyone is able to benfit from wildlife. 
It would be great to know a little bit more about you, although no personal information is collected at this point and you can remain anonymous.
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If you would like to be emailed a copy of the outcome of this survey and kept informed about efforts to secure a greener recovery, please provide your email address. Don't worry, your survey results will be kept anonymous.

We will process, protect and store your data in accordance with our Privacy Policy, available here and only it for the purpose for which it is given. You can unsubscribe at any time.