The Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA)’s research intern Nina Zander (Master’s student at the University of Utrecht) is researching how resilient households are to climate change vulnerabilities on Bonaire. Examples of such vulnerabilities are storms, floods, and droughts. To study this, Nina needs certain information about households on Bonaire. For this information, she is asking residents of Bonaire to fill in a digital survey that is available in Dutch, English, Papiamentu, and Spanish. The anonymous information will lead to a better understanding of the vulnerabilities of households on Bonaire regarding climate change. This information can contribute to making households more resilient. In addition, participants can win great prizes.
Residents of Bonaire with a sédula.
It is easiest if the person who makes (most) decisions in the household fills in the questionnaire or is around when you answer the questions. Because Nina is researching households, it is important that only one person per household fills in the questionnaire. A household can also consist of one person. Then you fill in the survey.
When all data has been collected, it will be analyzed by Nina. The data set will also be added to the Dutch Caribbean Biodiversity Database (https://www.dcbd.nl/). It is important to know that no identifiable data will be shared with anyone. Your data will therefore remain anonymous.
Besides contributing to the research, the following prizes will be raffled off among the people who fill in the questionnaire:
– 1x two-night stay for two people at Casa Calexico
– 1 x guided dive for two people at FPA sports including gear from Wannadive
– 1x dance lesson at Dance & More Bonaire
Do you want to help and have the chance to win one of these great prizes?
Then please complete the online questionnaire before the 8th of June. The survey only takes 10 minutes to complete. Below you can find the link to the questionnaire in different languages.
Do you have any questions before or after completing the questionnaire? Or would you like to share something? You can always send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org