By Audlem Webteam - 8th November 2012 7:02am
Over the last four months ADAPT (Audlem and District Acting Positively for Transition) have been conducting an opinion survey to get the views of Audlem residents and visitors about the factors which affect our long term well-being.
104 responses were obtained which have been analysed by ADAPT and place the perceived threats in the following order
- Climate change
- Stress on the natural environment
- Water security
- Mineral resource depletion
- The Economy
- Food Security
- Rising Energy costs
A full description of the survey and its results can be found by downloading the file.
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