Informed Cities: Live vote results 1

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Informed Cities: Live vote results 1

  1. 1. Informed Cities: Session OneKate Theobald and Ian Fitzgerald
  2. 2. 1. What is your principal reason for participating in this Forum? (For Local Governments only) 36%A. To improve my knowledge of 29% urban sustainability in European 25% towns and cities;B. To meet with other ‘like-minded’ people working in a similar field; 11%C. To learn more about specific urban sustainability tools;D. To improve my understanding . .. . .. . . .. ‘l . e. w d about communication between ut r o un he kn o ab ot y y m m ith e local governments and or e e tw ov m ov pr ee n pr ar im researchers. m im le To To To To
  3. 3. 2. What is your principal reason for participating in this Forum? (For Researchers only) 35%A. To improve my knowledge of 32% urban sustainability in European towns and cities;B. To meet with other ‘like-minded’ 16% 16% people working in a similar field;C. To learn more about specific urban sustainability tools;D. To improve my understanding . .. ... . ... ‘l. e. about communication between w d ut r o un he kn o ab ot y y m local governments and m ith e or e e tw ov m ov pr ee n pr researchers. ar im m im le To To To To
  4. 4. 3. What factors hinder collaboration between researchers and local government policymakers? (For Local Governments only)A. Time lag between dissemination of results and impact on policy; 8%B. Funding streams that do 19% 46% not encourage collaboration;C. Ineffective 27% communication means;D. Researchers´ poor Time lag between ... Funding streams t... comprehension of policy Ineffective commu... Researchers´ poor... process.
  5. 5. 4. What factors hinder collaboration between researchers and local government policymakers? (For Researchers only)A. Time lag between dissemination of results and impact on policy; 26% 23%B. Funding streams that do not encourage collaboration;C. Ineffective 23% 29% communication means;D. Politicians’ need for simple and quick solutions. Time lag between ... Funding streams t... Ineffective commu... Politicians’ need...
  6. 6. 5. How do you mainly communicate with researchers? (For Local Governments only) 48%A. Ongoing personal contact with one or more researchers; 30%B. Already existing network of 19% researchers;C. In response to specific 4% tenders/calls for proposals;D. No communication with ... i.. .. . t.. ifi w o. ec ne lc n researchers. tio sp na g in a o to ic st rs un e i pe ex ns m ng po y m ad co oi s lr e re ng o In A N O
  7. 7. 6. How do you mainly communicate with local government policymakers? (For Researchers only)A. Ongoing personal contact 37% with one or more local 30% 27% government officers/politicians;B. Already existing network of local governments; 7%C. In response to specific tenders/calls for proposals; ... i .. .. .D. No communication with local ifi t.. w o. ec ne lc n tio sp na g in a o governments to ic st rs un e i pe ex ns m ng po y m ad co oi s lr e re ng o In A N O
  8. 8. 7. What would be the most effective way for you to communicate with researchers? (For Local Governments only)A. Ongoing personal contact with one or more researchers; 32% 36%B. Already existing network of researchers;C. In response to specific 7% tenders/calls for proposals; 25%D. Use prestige of science as a marketing strategy. Ongoing personal ... Already existing ... In response to sp... Use prestige of s...
  9. 9. 8. What would be the most effective way for you to communicate with local governments? (For Researchers only)A. Ongoing personal contact with one or more local government 17% officers/politicians; 27%B. Already existing network10% of local governments;C. In response to specific 47% tenders/calls for proposals;D. Use academic credentials and neutrality for political Ongoing personal ... Already existing ... struggles. In response to sp... Use academic cred...
  10. 10. 9. At what stage should researchers involve local governments in their research? 79% (For Local Governments only)A. From development stage of the research proposal;B. When proposal is developed and local governments are required as case studies; 14% 4% 4%C. To test tools they are developing (i.e. once the project is underway); . e. . .. .. . ... oj ar de ts pr y en s e i eD. At the end of the project (i.e. to th m al th op os ls of oo l op ve d disseminate the findings of t en pr de st te n he om he To tt Tools). W Fr A
  11. 11. 10. At what stage should researchers involve local governments in their research? (For Researchers only) 70%A. From development stage of the research proposal;B. When proposal is developed and local governments are 23% required as case studies;C. To test tools they are 3% 3% developing (i.e. once the project is underway); . e. . .. .. . ...D. At the end of the project (i.e. to oj ar de ts pr y en s e i e th m al th disseminate the findings of op os ls of oo l op ve d t en pr de st Tools). te n he om he To tt W Fr A

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