GLRPPR Sector Resource: Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program Materials
Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program Materials
The Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program (SCIP) is designed to measure and track sustainability knowledge, behaviors, and attitudes of members of the University of Michigan community over time. SCIP is an outgrowth of Community Awareness goal area of the U-M Campus Sustainability Integrated Assessment. Building on information gleaned from focus groups, two questionnaires were designed and administered to samples of university students, faculty, and staff in Fall 2012.
The web surveys yielded responses from more than 4,000 students and 2,000 faculty and staff members. Question covered travel and transportation, waste prevention and conservation, the natural environment, climate change, food, and engagement, awareness, and ratings of campus sustainability initiatives. Survey data are being supplemented with geographic data covering campus buildings where respondents live, work and study.
This page includes reports, response distributions, sample questionnaire pages, data sets, methodology reports, and presentations/publications resulting from the project.
Universtity of Michigan Graham Sustainability Institute
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