Take part in our survey to understand food choices as a driver of wild meat consumption

As part of the Darwin project 'Why eat wild meat?', the International Institute for Environment and Development  and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science have launched two surveys in collaboration with Living Earth and FCTV  to understand food choice as a driver of wild meat consumption.

We would greatly appreciate you taking 10-15 minutes to complete one of the surveys:

  1. For government officials, donors and NGO staff and academics working in Sub Saharan Africa, please complete-https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KDGMPVJ
  2. For practitioners, including those involved in designing and implementing bushmeat alternatives projects (commonly referred to as alternative protein or alternative livelihoods projects) in Sub-Saharan Africa, please complete -https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LM5Q5Z6

 

If you have any questions about either of the surveys or the project, please contact dilys.roe@iied.org

 

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