Environment Awareness & Education

DLR Parks Pollinators and Plants - Survey

Wednesday, January 5, 2022
dlr County
Intro Text 

Unprecedented rates of ecosystem degradation and biodiversity loss has brought global attention to the importance of pollinators and their services to the natural world and society.

As pollination services are being affected globally by urbanisation, there is concern for biodiversity and now even greater consideration into the ways urban parks can be managed to foster greater biodiversity and awareness of biodiversity in these urban spaces.

We would appreciate it if you could spend five minutes of your time completing the online survey which will help to inform a TCD study called "A Biodiversity and Social Assessment of Plants, Pollinators, and Park Management Strategies in Dún-Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Urban Parks”.

This survey forms the key part of the social assessment of this research, which aims to determine the ways in which people perceive and value plant and pollinator diversity in urban parks.

You will help greatly the dlr as well as this TCD student’s research by filling in the survey. The deadline for submissions is January the 14th 2022.

This data is being collected as part of an independent research project in the school of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin.

If you have any queries, please contact gowenr@tcd.ie.

dlr's Biodiversity Officer would like to thank you for your time.