About this consultation
All individuals and organisations are invited to respond to this consultation.
Objective of the consultation
The consultation aims to collect views on the decline of pollinators in order to inform the development of an EU initiative on pollinators. The questionnaire covers the causes and consequences of pollinator declines, potential mitigation measures and the EU dimension to the problem.
How to submit your response
You can contribute to this public consultation by filling out the online questionnaire via EU Survey.
The questionnaire is accessible in 23 EU languages. Replies may be submitted in any of those languages.
The questionnaire takes about 20 minutes to complete. You may pause the questionnaire at any time and continue later. Once you have submitted your answers, you can download a copy of your completed responses.
Questions marked with an asterisk are compulsory.
All contributions that are received will be published on the internet. It is important that you read the specific privacy statement for information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with.
View the questionnaire
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If you are a registered organisation, please fill in your Register ID number in the questionnaire. Your contribution will then be considered as representing the views of your organisation.
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