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Survey for completion about Defra’s Sustainable Development Indicators (SDIs)

Defra’s Sustainable Development Statistics team would like your feedback on the Sustainable Development Indicators (SDIs).

Defra’s Sustainable Development Statistics team would like your feedback on the Sustainable Development Indicators (SDIs).  The SDIs are a set of cross-Government indicators relating to the economy, society and environment.  There are twelve headline indicators and 23 supplementary indicators.  The SDIs were reviewed in 2012 and a streamlined set went to public consultation between July and October 2012, with the final set of indicators being published in July 2013 at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/sustainable-development-indicators-sdis.

The team is interested in who the main users of the SDIs are, as well as what the indicators are being used for and how useful they are.  A short online survey is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/P6T7LL8.  We would be very grateful for your input to this survey and any comments on the indicators that you may have – deadline 31st March 2014.  Thank you!


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