Dún an Óir, Cape Clear
Name of Project: CHICC: Culture, Heritage and Identities: Impacts of Climate Change in North West Europe.
CHICC is funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (Grant No: 895147).

CHICC is led by Sarah Kerr (sarah.kerr@cas.au.dk / 00447874001651)
from Archaeology and Heritage Studies, Aarhus University, Moesgård Allé 20. 8270 Højbjerg, Denmark (0045 8715 0000)

Questionnaire Information
This is survey is for anyone with an interest in Dún an Óir, Cape Clear.

The aim of the questionnaire is to understand your perception of Dún an Óir and its relationship to climate change.  

This questionnaire is part of wider information gathering. As well as your answers I welcome pictures, stories, drawings, postcards, poetry – and anything else you can think of – that relates to the castle.

Please read the below statement before completing the questionnaire. Sarah is on-hand to answer any questions. Please send her an email, message on social media or give her a call.

Participant Statement
By completing the questionnaire I consent to the following:

I agree to the processing of my personal information unless I omit this information. I understand I can omit my name and age and still complete the questionnaire.

I understand that personal information will be handled and stored in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulations and will not be passed on to any third parties.

I agree to the use of my answers in official publications and reports drawing on the CHICC project.

Any other comments, pictures, information on Dún an Óir? Please feel free to get in contact with Sarah.
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Dún an Óir is a castle at risk.
Were you aware of Dún an Óir before Sarah’s talk?
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Were you aware of the risks to its survival before Sarah’s talk?
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If yes, did you attribute these risks to climate change?
If you knew Dún an Óir was at risk from climate change, do you remember how you knew?
How do you feel about the at-risk nature of the castle?
Do you feel that steps should be taken to reduce the risk? What sort of steps would you like to see?
How important is Dún an Óir to you (between 1 and 10 with 10 being 'Very Important')?
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Have you considered the possibility that Dún an Óir will be lost completely? In your own words, how does that make you feel?
Will the loss of Dún an Óir impact you? E.g. Your sense of place, your identity, your way of life, enjoyment, income. Be specific if you can.
Have the risks to Dún an Óir impacted your views on climate change? E.g. Do you feel more or less proactive to engage with climate action? Be specific if you can. *
Are you aware of the risks of climate change to other heritage sites? If so which?
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