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Survey Ambassador Programme

14 February 2018

We’re currently working hard on a new ambassador program. For those who haven’t heard about it: throughout the university, the Green Office has so-called sustainability ambassadors; students and staff members who organise small and large activities to make their faculty more sustainable. We’ve been working hard to make the new program according to our expectations, but we’d love your input in order to make it even better! Do you have ideas about how we can improve the visibility of the program? What would it take to make you a sustainability ambassador? What’s happening at your faculty in terms of sustainability and what changes would you love to see? You would help us a great deal by answering the questions in this questionnaire!

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