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Mobile surveys can be an effective tool for tracking climate change, as they allow researchers to quickly gather data from a large number of respondents across different geographic locations. Here are some ways in which mobile surveys can be used for tracking climate change:

  1. Monitoring changes in weather patterns: Mobile surveys can collect data on weather patterns, such as temperature, precipitation, and wind speed, from respondents across different locations. This data can identify trends and changes in weather patterns over time.
  2. Assessing the impact of climate change on ecosystems: Mobile surveys can be used to gather data on the health and condition of ecosystems, such as forests, wetlands, and coral reefs. This data can be used to assess the impact of climate change on these ecosystems and identify areas that require conservation efforts.
  3. Tracking the adoption of climate-friendly behaviors: Mobile surveys can be used to track the adoption of climate-friendly behaviors, such as reducing energy consumption, using public transportation, and recycling. This data can be used to identify areas where more education and outreach are needed to encourage sustainable behaviors. Here is a report from a mobile survey GeoPoll conducted in the Caribbean on Climate change perceptions.
  4. Identifying vulnerable populations: Mobile surveys can be used to gather data on the vulnerability of different populations to the impacts of climate change, such as extreme weather events and sea-level rise. This data can inform policy decisions and allocate resources to vulnerable communities. Here is another report we conducted on the impact of climate change on women in Pakistan.
  5. Guide humanitarian relief responsesWhen natural crises such as hurricanes and floods occur, it is important for relief providers to move with speed and provide targeted aid to those in the affected areas. Mobile surveys help access such areas, which wouldn’t otherwise be reachable by researchers.
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GeoPoll Climate Change Research Use Cases

Over the years, GeoPoll has developed remote mobile surveying capabilities that allow energy, climate, and environmental stakeholders to gather ongoing data to measure trends or one-off data from specific populations.

  • Assess the green energy market – assess community awareness, usage, availability, and habits around green energy to inform green energy strategies.
  • Assess natural disaster preparedness – assess preparedness for potential natural disasters and predict resilience levels if a natural disaster occurs.
  • Assess resilient farming practices – assess farmer perceptions of, and experiences with, climate-resilient farming practices and new farming technologies.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation – measure the impact of climate-focused initiatives on communities.
  • Measure climate change behaviors – track community perceptions about climate change and changes in behavior due to climate.
  • Measure access to resources – measure perceptions of the effectiveness of interventions intended to increase access to natural resources.
  • Quickly access populations hit by climate crises – Due to our huge database of respondents and capability to move quickly, GeoPoll can deploy mobile surveys to assess the impact of the crises and assess the needs of the victims to help direct humanitarian relief.

Overall, mobile surveys can be a valuable tool for tracking climate change, but ensuring that the data collected is representative and reliable is important, and this is where GeoPoll comes in.

If you are in the climate, energy, and environment space, contact GeoPoll to learn more about our capabilities and how we can help.