Landeshauptstadt Dresden - 10.07.2017 09:02:45 Uhr 20.10.2017 19:58:07 Uhr

Climate Survey

First citizen survey on climate change

On August 5th, 2017 about 12 500 randomly selected citizen of the City of Dresden will receive an letter with a questionnaire for the first citizen survey on climate change. The questioning is based on the board decision of the councillor from March 6th, 2017. The Mayor, Dirk Hilbert, invites all addressees to participate in these survey.

For the first time the city of Dresden is asking their citizens about the topic of climate change. Aim of this survey is to obtain a representative picture of the opinion of the citicens of Dresden about the offer and condition of open spaces and local parks in Dresden. Furthermore, it will be of interest when people feel stressed by heat in the city or when they are affected by other extreme weather events. It is also asked if the locals wish more information about the effects on climate change and realisation of climate change adaption activities. The aggregated survey results will serve as an important basis for decision making of the city council and the local administration.

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Taking part in the survey is voluntary. The survey will be anonymously elevated.

However, for statistical representativeness and reliability of the survey results, it is important that as many as possible of the contacted citizen of Dresden participate.

We kindly ask you to return the completed questionnaire during the next two weeks until September 30th, 2017 by using the included free enveloped.

There is also the option to complete the questionnaire quickly and conveniently by internet. You can find the required access code (combination of numbers and letters) on the cover letter and/or on the available paper questionnaire on the left bottom.

Click here to open the online questionnaire.

If you have any questions please do not hasitate to contact our colleagues by phone 0351 488 69 22 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 am to 4 pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to 6 pm and Fridays from 9 am to 3 pm or via E-Mail to