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PostSubject: Climate change and the coming COP   Wed Nov 04, 2009 5:38 am


Opinion on Climate and COP15: Voicing the Views of Experts‏
De : Doug Miller (d.miller@globescan.com)
Envoyé : mar. 03/11/09 19:38
À : kaderdiop@hotmail.com

Dear Colleague,

The fifteenth UN Conference of Parties will take place in Copenhagen in one month. To ensure that the opinions of professionals who work in climate change related fields are voiced prior to the summit, GlobeScan is seeking your participation in a short online survey. The influential survey results will be publicly released just before COP15 begins.

Please click here to go immediately to the survey page: http://surveys.globescan.com/cdms09

This new survey is the third in the Climate Change Decision Maker Survey program that began in 2007 as a collaboration between GlobeScan and many other organizations, including UNEP, the World Bank, the World Conservation Union (IUCN), and the International Development Research Centre.

In return for 15 minutes of your valuable time, we will send you a summary of the results of what your peers have to say about climate-related topics. We will also widely publicize the results in order to inform views and influence actions across sectors and geographies prior to the Copenhagen COP this December. Please note that this survey is different from the others you may have been invited to complete recently.

Please visit http://surveys.globescan.com/cdms09 to access this new survey. The survey will remain open for the next two weeks.

As always, we encourage your participation in this important initiative and are grateful for the opinions you provide. We remind you that we will only publish aggregated information, not individual responses.

Please contact my colleagues Eric Whan at e.whan@globescan.com or Michele Burrows at Michele.Burrows@GlobeScan.com if you have any questions or comments.

Thank you kindly,

Doug Miller
Chairman, GlobeScan

Please be assured that any personal information collected is kept strictly confidential and that no answers will be attributable to individuals or organizations. Information collected will only be used for the purpose of this research study in aggregate. GlobeScan adheres to the professional market research standards of ESOMAR (www.esomar.org ), the World Association of Opinion and Marketing Research Professionals.

If you would prefer not to receive notification of GlobeScan research in future, please reply to this email by typing Remove in the subject line, or clicking the "One-Click Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of this message

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