Fed up with your daily commute or worried about Qatar’s environment? Now is your chance to speak up.
The Ministry of Development, Planning and Statistics (MDPS) has just launched part three of a series of surveys designed to gauge residents’ views on societal concerns.
This edition of the Baseline Survey of Environmental Attitude and Belief of Residents in Qatar focuses on issues related to food, waste, transportation and consumerism.
Responses to the surveys will help policy makers decide what action to take to improve the environmental situation in the country.
This survey takes less than 10 minutes to fill. Questions include how residents feel about their daily commute, recycling and organic food.
There is also a section that queries respondents about the drawbacks of Qatar’s rapid development, asking about rising air pollution, crime levels and traffic jams.
Respondents will be entering into a prize draw to win 10 QR200 vouchers from Virgin Megastore.
If you haven’t yet completed the first two surveys in the series, you can access them here.
Speaking to Doha News, developers said the preliminary results of the first two surveys on food and the environment will be released in December.