Surveying attitudes of the climbing community on wildlife protection

Surveying attitudes of the climbing community on wildlife protection

We record the opinions of the climbing community. So that we can all co-exist on the rocks, with care.

The Hellenic Ornithological Society (BirldLife Greece) as partner of the LIFE Bonelli EastMed Project, has created the first-ever questionnaire in Greece that aims to survey the attitudes of the climbing community regarding the protection of wildlife with which we share the rocks' habitat.

The questionnaire builds on previous work that was put into the creation of the Sensitivity Mapping for out-door activities, a valuble digital tool created in the framework of the LIFE Bonelli eastMed project which hopefully wiil be used for other areas outside of the project's target areas in the future. 

The survey aims at assesing the level of environmental awareness within the climbing community and its willingness to participate actively in environmental protection activities, as well as at creating co-operation opportunities between climbers, environmental organisations and the relevant authorities in favor of the environment.

Anyone enjoying or envolved in climbing activities in Greece can take part in the survey, regardless of nationality, level of experience or age, by filling the following form

Please share the following questionnaire with any climber or club interested to contribute.

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With the contribution of:
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The LIFE Bonelli eastMed project “Conservation & Management of the Bonelli's eagle population in east Mediterranean” will address the most critical threats to Bonelli’s eagle populations in Greece and Cyprus. The overall objective is to ensure the long-term favourable conservation status for the species’ interconnected local populations, through the establishment and operation of the East Mediterranean Bonelli’s Eagle Network.

The project is implemented by the Natural Museum of Crete - University of Crete, the Game and Fauna Service (Game Fund) - Cyprus, the Hellenic Ornithological Society/BirdLife Greece, the Ministry of Environment & Energy - Greece, the Department of Forests - Cyprus and the NCC Environmental Studies Ltd with the financial contribution of the LIFE instrument of the EE.

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