Take part in this study on Climate Action in the Electronic Music Industry
Eli Goldstein, one-half of the DJ duo Soul Clap, requests you to participate in a research study on Climate Action in the Electronic Music Industry. Eli Goldstein is conducting this study at Bard Center for Environmental Policy for a master’s thesis that will be available at Bard College Stevenson Library upon completion in May 2023. The Faculty Advisor for this study is Gautam Sethi, Bard Center for Environmental Policy.
What the study is about?
This is a research study about climate action in the electronic music industry. The purpose of this research is to determine the potential for a voluntary climate agreement in the industry and identify key elements that could be included in an industry-wide voluntary climate agreement. The information gathered from this research will support the development of a framework and roadmap for a voluntary climate agreement in the electronic music industry.
Why you are invited to participate?
You have been invited to participate in this research because you work in or work closely with the electronic music industry.
What does it involve?
You will be asked to read this consent form and acknowledge your consent which takes about 5 minutes. Then you will be asked to complete a survey using Google Forms that will take about 10 minutes. The survey begins with questions about your place in the electronic music industry, feelings about climate change, and participation in climate action. The survey also includes an explanation of voluntary climate agreements and a series of questions that explore your ideas about the potential for a voluntary climate agreement in the electronic music industry.
Any further questions can be emailed to Eli Goldstein at email@example.com.