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  • FAQ about the Ducky Climate Survey

    In this article we will present frequently asked questions about our climate survey.

    Q: What is the purpose of the climate survey?

    The survey is a set of personal questions used to measure behavior change in the organization. A survey is often the first part of a campaign, establishing a baseline for a particular topic (like transport or food waste). Survey answers are anonymized and made available to the organisation. You may also be invited to take the survey a second or third time to measure the difference between the start and the end of a campaign.

    Q: How does this work?

    • After registering on www.ducky.eco, you are presented with a row of simple questions in a web form
    • The survey is created by the organisation beforehand from a set of predefined questions relating to the topic of the campaign. Multiple choice, check boxes and free text questions are available to use.
    • Questions deal with personal climate footprint, attitudes, level of knowledge and behavior – to deliver a baseline state before the organization initiates any measures.
    • After submitting answers, you’ll receive a personalized climate footprint and/or tips related to the topic.

    Any questions?

    • If you have any questions, please send us an email at support@ducky.eco.
    • If you’re facing a technical issue please fill out this form.
    • We will get back to you as soon as possible. Our office hours are all working days from Monday-Friday between 08.00-16.00 Oslo time.

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