We are pleased to publish the top 20 priority questions for forestry and landscapes. Thank you to everyone who took part.
T20Q co-ordinators, Gabriel Hemery and Gill Petrokofsky, talked recently to Jen Hurst about the next phase of the global project. Listen to their discussion here.
2,500 questions from 104 countries have been indexed in 7 themes. Can you help by voting on questions you think are of greatest importance in forestry and landscapes?
Voices from 104 countries have now been heard. Why not have your say?
Questions are being submitted to T20Q from around the world. Here are some of the people who have joined the conversation so far . . .
1300 questions, 79 countries, one third from women, 20% under 30 years . . . have you submitted your questions yet?
Sylva CEO Gabriel Hemery is interviewed about the global crowdsourcing project T20Q for the Global Landscapes Forum.
T20Q has been running less than a month and we are delighted that so many people have submitted such interesting questions. We have reached almost 1000 questions in three languages, but we are aiming much higher! Your voice deserves to be heard! So please submit your questions through the website.
The Top twenty Questions for Forestry & Landscapes or T20Q survey, now multilingual, has already attracted over 500 questions from respondents around the world. The T20Q survey is seeking the input of anyone who has an interest in forestry, forest products & ecosystem services to suggest priority questions for research and policy that really do…
Launching to coincide with Forests Asia the global online survey is now live via the T20Q project. Add your voice to the conversation about what is important in forestry and landscapes.