Who Cares about the Environment in 2003?

A survey of NSW people’s environmental knowledge, attitudes and behaviours

The 2003 Who Cares about the Environment? report reveals how people in NSW are responding to environmental challenges and contributing to improvements.

Date
1 February 2004
Publisher
Department of Environment and Conservation
Type
Publication
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 1-74137-0299
  • ID DEC20040010
  • File PDF 578KB
  • Pages 88
  • Name who-cares-about-the-environment-in-2003-040010.pdf

Who Cares about the Environment? surveys have been conducted every three years since 1994. The 2003 Who Cares about the Environment? survey report reflects people’s direct experience of specific environmental issues and the effects of government policies and programs. It also reflects the ongoing impact of both formal education and training, and informal education through work, community activities, education campaigns and media reporting.

The reports give an insight into what NSW people think about environmental issues, and will help stimulate further discussion, analysis and ideas about how best to move towards a sustainable NSW.

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