Is the food supply for Canberra Secure?

kelliejwilson 26 April 2009 10

Please Help Create a Sustainable Community by Completing Our Survey

The Canberra Environment and Sustainability Resource Centre provides a focal point for the diverse and growing environmental movement in our region.

Our key goal is to improve public awareness of and involvement with the spectrum of environment activities from air, water, flora and fauna to town planning, transport, industry and recreation. The ultimate aim is to make our region a better place to live.

We have created a survey of Canberra and region people to help us to better understand our citizens’ knowledge of local food supply issues, their key concerns about food and their ideas on how to sustain the quality of our food supply.

The survey will take between 2 and 5 minutes to complete (depending on how much you want to write). Some questions will be multiple choice, others will require a text response providing your opinion or ideas.

You can choose to do the survey anonymously. If however you choose to provide your contact details in order to receive further information, be assured that your information will be kept private.

At the end of the survey you will be taken to the Capital Country Dinner website. Feel free to browse the site and provide feedback. If you wish to purchase tickets to the dinner you may do so on the site.

Thanks again for taking the time to help us out.

PS: If the links above don’t take you to the survey, copy and paste the following into your browser:

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10 Responses to Is the food supply for Canberra Secure?
hax hax 8:23 am 28 Apr 09

Or we could build some of these..

Vertical Farms

ant ant 11:27 pm 27 Apr 09

Well, we keep building roads and suburbs over the best farming land, so I guess the short answer is: We’ll need the 24 hour a day airport freight hub to bring our food in from Choina.

Mr Waffle Mr Waffle 4:01 pm 27 Apr 09

“Is the food supply for Canberra Secure?”

Having recently watched several end-of-the-world zombie movies, that’s a question that is right on my lips.

Jean Mc Jean Mc 2:54 pm 27 Apr 09

Come on guys fair go. Just because the writer has used a marketing company (who volunteered the service by the way) to help her with the survey doesn’t mean that there are evil plans afoot. Either you are interested in the issue of food security or you aren’t. Do the survey or don’t but don’t let your arrogance get in the way of a really worthy cause. If you don’t want to give your details then don’t. Derrr.

ant ant 11:05 am 27 Apr 09

reading the article above, it’s so dense with meaningless words, I’m still not sure what the message is, other than they want you to follow a link to a survey.

trevar trevar 8:17 am 27 Apr 09

It’s certainly not much of a survey. Doesn’t say much for their research capacity.

VYBerlinaV8_the_one_they_all_copy VYBerlinaV8_the_one_they_all_copy 10:35 pm 26 Apr 09

I made sure to take advantage of the free form text input…

MrPC MrPC 5:59 pm 26 Apr 09

It’s -so- surprising that that site even…

MrPC MrPC 5:32 pm 26 Apr 09

Wow, it’s -so- that site that you go to after handing over your personal information so that who knows can spam you isn’t especially content-rich. Surprise, surprise.

Pommy bastard Pommy bastard 4:21 pm 26 Apr 09

It’s a marketing device slyly presented as a “survey”.

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