EU survey to identify how citizen science can benefit environmental policy
The European Commission is increasingly recognizing the potential of citizen science to contribute to the knowledge base needed to support policy decisions. However, this potential is still largely untapped, and the European Commission would like to explore the conditions for the reliable and efficient use of citizen science in policy.

A consortium formed by BIO Innovation Service, Ibercivis and the Natural History Museum in London is developing an inventory of environmental citizen science initiatives, taking place at EU, regional, national or local levels.

If you are leading, funding, or know about relevant citizen science initiatives or platforms in your country linked to environmental policy, please let us know by sharing your knowledge in the form below (expected completion time < 2 min).

Please consider any kind of citizen science and any step of the policy cycle (awareness raising, early-warning, policy development, implementation, monitoring or evaluation), at local or global scales. We allow space below for you to enter the details of up to five projects. If you know of more than five projects, please include references for those in the last item, "Anything else you would like to share with us". All fields are optional.

We would be really grateful for your contributions before the 28th of February 2018. Thank you!

Optional information about you
Your name
Please include your name and/or affiliation as you would like to appear in the acknowledgment section of the report delivered to the E.C.
Your answer
Your email
Please share your contact if you allow us to contact you again for the purpose of this study.
Your answer
Environmental citizen science projects that contribute to policy
Please include brief information about the projects/platforms you know.
1. Project 1: Details
Name of the project, its URL, language, whether it is still ongoing or not, and one short sentence about the policy relevance.
Your answer
2. Project 2: Details
Name of the project, its URL, language, whether it is still ongoing or not, and one short sentence about the policy relevance.
Your answer
3. Project 3: Details
Name of the project, its URL, language, whether it is still ongoing or not, and one short sentence about the policy relevance.
Your answer
4. Project 4: Details
Name of the project, its URL, language, whether it is still ongoing or not, and one short sentence about the policy relevance.
Your answer
5. Project 5: Details
Name of the project, its URL, language, whether it is still ongoing or not, and one short sentence about the policy relevance.
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Anything else you would like to share with us?
Please include other projects, existing literature, networks or anything which you consider that we must take into account for this study.
Your answer
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