Impacts of COVID-19 on human wellbeing and interactions with coastal nature
International survey of coastal residents

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is impacting increasingly on global health with significant social and economic consequences. Our research aims to collect information from residents aged 18 or older living in or near coastal areas around the world who are affected by COVID-19. The findings will increase understanding about how interacting with the natural environment in coastal areas may influence human health and wellbeing and help us identify solutions to help people cope with pandemics. We invite you to complete this anonymous survey and to forward it to others living in or near coastal areas.

This research is being conducted by a team from the Department of Applied Economics, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Please contact us for further information:

Many thanks for your participation and precious time.

Sebastián Villasante
Associate Professor of Economics

Gill Ainsworth
Postdoctoral Fellow - Cephs and Chefs Project

Pablo Pita
Postdoctoral Researcher - Xunta de Galicia

All information received will be treated in strict compliance with data protection and privacy regulations. Any data published will be anonymized. Respondents are entitled at any moment to access, rectify and/or delete their personal data by contacting us at

Your participation is voluntary and you may choose to decline to participate, or to skip any question within the survey. There are no foreseeable risks to your taking part in this survey and you will not receive any payment/reimbursement for your participation.

By proceeding with the survey you indicate that you are 18 years or older and that you agree to participate.
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