National Network for Circular Economy

My name is Moira Gookstetter and I am a Masters student at Royal Roads University. This research project is part of the requirement for the MA-Leadership Program, School of Leadership Studies at Royal Roads University. My credentials may verified by calling Dr. Brigitte Harris, Director, School of Leadership Studies at (250) 391-2600 x4467”. This research project, Building a Collaborative Network for the Recycling stakeholders in Canada is part of the requirement for a Masters of Leadership at Royal Roads University. The research includes this survey and is estimated to take 20 minutes to complete. The information you provide will be summarized, in anonymous format, in the body of the final report. At no time will any specific comments be attributed to any individual. All data received will be kept confidential. You are not required to participate in this research project. However, if you do choose to participate, you are free to withdraw at any time point. If you do withdraw prior to the completion of the survey, all results that are collected to the point of withdraw will be apart of the study, as there is no way to separate out their responses, as they are collected with anonymity. Your completion of this survey will constitute your informed consent.

Please check to confirm informed consent and proceed with the survey

Question 1. Which stakeholder group best describes your involvement with Recycling in Canada. (Check all that apply)

Question 2. What geographic region do you represent?

Question 3. Are you familiar with the difference between a linear and a circular economy?

If Yes, please answer questions 4 and 5. If No, please skip to question 6.

Question 4. What do you understand to be the greatest opportunities to develop CE in Canada? (Please check all that apply)

Question 5. What do you understand to be the greatest barriers to moving towards a CE?

Question 6. RCBC would like to coordinate dialogue with the recycling stakeholders to promote the development of a network for dialogue/communication/education on the Circular Economy. From your perspective, what would make a successful network? (list all that apply)

Question 7. What efficiencies could be generated by like-minded individuals coming together (check all that apply)

Question 8. Would you foresee any issues or reluctance to joining a network?

Question 9. What services, tools or resources would you be interested in contributing / supporting in the network? (check all that apply)

Question 10. What services, tools or resources would you be interested in obtaining from the network? (check all that apply)

Question 11. What do you see as the three simplest initiatives that a network could provide to foster a Circular Economy in Canada?

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND PARTICIPATION IN THIS STUDY!