Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program Materials

Sustainability Cultural Indicators Program Materials


Reports


Case Studies


Questionnaires

View Sample Pages of the Questionnaire

Request SCIP Questionnaires

The SCIP questionnaires are available for download. Download links will be immediately accessible after completing a simple form via the following link.

Download SCIP Questionnaires (2021 versions)


Datasets

Request SCIP Datasets

Researchers are invited to request copies of the datasets (student cross section datasets, faculty/staff cross section datasets, and the student panel dataset). Simply complete the form following the link below.

Dataset Request Form


Other Materials

Methodology Reports

These reports provide information on items such sample development, recruitment strategies, response rates, a definition of a completed questionnaire, and sample weights.


Contact Information

John Callewaert, Ph.D.
SCIP Co-Principal Investigator
University of Michigan
(734) 764-5692
jcallew@umich.edu

Robert W. Marans Ph.D. FAICP
SCIP Co-Principal Investigator
Research Professor
Institute for Social Research
426 Thompson Street
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor MI 48106 U.S.A.
(734) 763-9818
marans@umich.edu

 

Publications and Presentations


Press/Media


Acknowledgments

The SCIP analytical work would not have been possible without the assistance of Minako Edgar, Raphael Nishimura, and Ruthie Dingeldein. Ms. Edgar assumed responsibility for the GIS mapping and overall data management. Mr. Nishimura advised on sample management and weighting. Ms. Dingeldein produced the appendix tables and helped organize report materials.

Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz from the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication was also helpful in providing data from national surveys on attitudes toward climate change for the U.S. population.

We also acknowledge the survey management provided by Ms. Maureen O'Brien from Survey Research Operations (SRO) of ISR’s Survey Research Center. This included questionnaire development, programming and administration.

Finally, sincere appreciation must be extended to key leaders at the University of Michigan whose support makes SCIP possible including the Office of the President, Office of the Provost, Institute for Social Research, and Graham Sustainability Institute.