Jobs, Justice & Climate Stakeholder Survey - Rights & Democracy VT

Jobs, Justice & Climate Stakeholder Survey

Rights & Democracy Vermont

Jobs, Justice & Climate Program

Comprehensive Stakeholder Survey

Spring 2018

Background:

In 2017 Rights and Democracy launched our Jobs, Justice & Climate (JJC) program with two campaigns. As of April, 2018 our Energy Democracy Campaign and Water Campaign both have member-led teams.  To ensure that Rights & Democracy (RAD) maintains open communication with members, provides opportunities for clear feedback from internal RAD teams, and engages in an equitable manner with stakeholders - we are creating a comprehensive stakeholder survey to guide our upcoming JJC program and campaign planning in May of 2018.

Survey Goals:

  • Ensure that campaigns in the JJC program are placing impacted residents at the center of our decision-making and power-building.
  • Provide an opportunity for feedback from RAD members and stakeholders on existing JJC campaigns.
  • Gain insights into future campaign strategy and tactics on existing JJC campaigns for May 2018 planning, keeping in mind RAD’s Whole Movement approach to our work.
  • Hear from members and stakeholders about how climate change is most directly impacting their local community, and what solutions are needed to create a just transition & climate resilient future.
  • Get feedback on what tactics, trainings and goals are most important for stakeholders to be fully engaged in RAD’s JJC program while working collaboratively with partners.

RAD’s Jobs, Justice & Climate Program currently has two campaigns, Clean Water and Energy Democracy. In what ways have you currently supported these campaigns since they began in 2017?

  • Sandy Wilmot
    answered 2018-05-08 07:52:26 -0400
    Q: How informed do you feel about the challenges to clean water or energy democracy in Vermont? In what ways are you informed (know organizations working on the issue, have concrete policy knowledge, etc.)?
    A: Have technical knowledge on issues, have some policy knowledge, know some organizations involved, former environmental scientist with State of VT.
  • Sandy Wilmot
    answered 2018-05-08 07:49:54 -0400
    Q: RAD’s Jobs, Justice & Climate Program currently has two campaigns, Clean Water and Energy Democracy. In what ways have you currently supported these campaigns since they began in 2017?
    A: Signed petitions
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:46:17 -0400
    Q: Do you have any other feedback or proposals for next steps to better engage our members and communities on our Energy Democracy or Clean Water campaigns in the next 6 months?
    A: Local informational meetings
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:45:01 -0400
    Q: What skills do you think would best prepare you & our members to better engage on these campaigns? Pick any.
    A: Policy & Legal Education
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:43:06 -0400
    Q: Would you be willing to get more engaged in our Jobs, Justice & Climate program? If so, how?
    A: Talking with your neighbors about how drinking water or energy issues have impacted our communities
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:42:29 -0400
    Q: What next step is needed to further our Clean Water campaign?
    A: Organizing water testing training & community water testing days
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:41:58 -0400
    Q: What is your top concern relating to drinking water in Vermont and/or your community?
    A: Cyanobacteria/phosphorus contamination
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:41:31 -0400
    Q: What next step is needed to further our Energy Democracy campaign?
    A: Educating more of the Vermont community about what energy democracy is through community meetings, cultural events or other in-person events.
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:40:56 -0400
    Q: What is your top concern relating to equitable energy access & democracy in Vermont and/or your community? Pick any.
    A: Transportation
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:39:37 -0400
    Q: Studies show that low-income individuals, people of color and incarcerated individuals are disproportionately impacted by energy or drinking water access issues. What communities should RAD be reaching out to in order to ensure just and equitable representation in planning & leading these campaigns?
    A: Those communities mentioned above should be focused on. And all Vermonters, really
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:38:04 -0400
    Q: Who in your local community is most impacted by drinking water and energy access issues, and how?
    A: The poor and elderly are often impacted
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:37:08 -0400
    Q: How informed do you feel about the challenges to clean water or energy democracy in Vermont? In what ways are you informed (know organizations working on the issue, have concrete policy knowledge, etc.)?
    A: I read a lot in the local newspapers. I also get information from VPIRG
  • Lorrie Driscoll
    answered 2018-05-08 05:35:43 -0400
    Q: RAD’s Jobs, Justice & Climate Program currently has two campaigns, Clean Water and Energy Democracy. In what ways have you currently supported these campaigns since they began in 2017?
    A: Signed petitions
  • Margaret Daly
    answered 2018-05-07 21:41:40 -0400
    Q: How informed do you feel about the challenges to clean water or energy democracy in Vermont? In what ways are you informed (know organizations working on the issue, have concrete policy knowledge, etc.)?
    A: fairly well-I read and listen to VPR to learn about policy
  • Margaret Daly
    answered 2018-05-07 21:40:36 -0400
    Q: RAD’s Jobs, Justice & Climate Program currently has two campaigns, Clean Water and Energy Democracy. In what ways have you currently supported these campaigns since they began in 2017?
    A: Signed petitions
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:47:43 -0400
    Q: What skills do you think would best prepare you & our members to better engage on these campaigns? Pick any.
    A: Policy & Legal Education
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:47:27 -0400
    Q: Would you be willing to get more engaged in our Jobs, Justice & Climate program? If so, how?
    A: Talking with your neighbors about how drinking water or energy issues have impacted our communities
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:47:05 -0400
    Q: What next step is needed to further our Clean Water campaign?
    A: Enlisting partner organizations to assist with the campaign.
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:46:51 -0400
    Q: What is your top concern relating to drinking water in Vermont and/or your community?
    A: Pesticide/herbicide contamination
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:46:33 -0400
    Q: What next step is needed to further our Energy Democracy campaign?
    A: Enlisting partner organizations to assist with the campaign.
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:46:16 -0400
    Q: What is your top concern relating to equitable energy access & democracy in Vermont and/or your community? Pick any.
    A: Transportation
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:45:52 -0400
    Q: Studies show that low-income individuals, people of color and incarcerated individuals are disproportionately impacted by energy or drinking water access issues. What communities should RAD be reaching out to in order to ensure just and equitable representation in planning & leading these campaigns?
    A: Again you are forgetting seniors
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:45:21 -0400
    Q: Who in your local community is most impacted by drinking water and energy access issues, and how?
    A: Seniors
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:44:50 -0400
    Q: How informed do you feel about the challenges to clean water or energy democracy in Vermont? In what ways are you informed (know organizations working on the issue, have concrete policy knowledge, etc.)?
    A: COVE, RETIRED TEACHERS
  • Linda Deliduka
    answered 2018-05-07 17:44:07 -0400
    Q: RAD’s Jobs, Justice & Climate Program currently has two campaigns, Clean Water and Energy Democracy. In what ways have you currently supported these campaigns since they began in 2017?
    A: Attended a community meeting on these issues

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