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Climate change response research, May to December 2009: carbon accounting survey for Swinburne Carbon Accounting alumni

Swinburne University of Technology
Scott McKenry (Owned by)
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Copyright © 2009 Scott McKenry.

The survey questions are available for download from: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.3/190266 with the kind permission of the author. For the full set of the research survey response data, please contact the National Centre for Sustainability (ncs@swin.edu.au).

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ncs@swin.edu.au

National Centre for Sustainability Swinburne University of Technology Mail W91, 369 Stud Road Wantirna, Victoria 3152

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The National Centre for Sustainability (NCS) at Swinburne University of Technology conducted industry research from May to December 2009, with the intention of quantifying the impact of a carbon price on small-medium enterprises (SME) and mapping the responses of different industries to the challenges of operating in and adapting to a carbon constrained economy. Their approach to the research project focused on capturing the unique insight and experiences of the country's newest workforce---the Carbon Accountants. Random online surveys were distributed to graduates of Swinburne's Carbon Accounting course. The short survey (6-7 minutes) was designed by the National Centre for Sustainability to map the responses and readiness of different industries to operate and adapt to a low carbon future. The questions were designed to: examine outcomes from undertaking carbon accounting in the workplace; identify the key skills and knowledge which industry sectors associate with operating in a carbon constrained economy; examine current levels of industry-by-industry engagement with greenhouse gas quantification and carbon management strategies; and identify emerging industry needs in relation to carbon management, measurement and reporting skills. The results described here pertain only to the 63 responses received from alumni from Swinburne's Carbon Accounting course and have been anonymised to protect the identity of the participants.

Data time period: 12 2009 , 05 2009

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