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Tech for Forests Survey

 

We are researching free/open source software (FOSS) projects related to digital infrastructures that can be used for humanitarian and environmental causes. Our research aims to understand the limits and scope of these infrastructures as a tool to strengthen the struggle of communities whose territories are threatened by illegal or predatory activities.

So, if you are a developer and contribute (or already have contributed) to some project along this line, please participate in our survey. The questionnaire contains both open-ended and multiple choice questions, and it takes about 15 minutes to complete.

Your participation will help us to outline the main challenges that these types of projects face.

We appreciate your time and trust.

Thank you!

Tech for Forests team

This project is part of the 2021 Digital Infrastructure RFP supported by The Ford Foundation and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, in collaboration with the Open Collective Foundation.


 

There are 29 questions in this survey.
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Tech for Forests
Project: How is Digital Infrastructure a Critical Response to Fight Climate Change?
Principal Investigator: Narrira Lemos de Souza
 
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2. The nature and purpose of the survey was explained to me, and I had the opportunity to inquire about the objectives of this project.
 
3. I am aware that:
a) I will answer to an online survey form;
b) my anonymous participation in this study will remain secure. Any report on the results of this research will disguise all information that can reveal my identity;
c) this material will be accessible only to the researchers in this project and to me;
d) at any time, I have the right to access the information I have provided;
e) the researchers are willing to provide me with additional information about this project.