CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENT
Zimbabwe National Renewable Energy Policy 2017 consultations
7 questions polled on this topic
14% response rate
7,547 responded out of 53,652 polled
Jan 22. 2017
Do you think children should be considered and consulted in the process to develop the National Renewable Energy Policy?
Jan 22. 2017
Why do you think it’s important that children are considered?
Jan 22. 2017
What actions need to be taken to ensure that the policy upholds and contributes to children’s rights?
Jan 22. 2017
Do you use any form of Renewable Energy on a daily basis?
Jan 22. 2017
What types of renewable energy sources do you use on a daily basis?
Jan 22. 2017
In your community, what are the reasons stopping people from using renewable energy? 1. Cost? 2. Access? 3. Awareness? 4. Technical expertise? 5. Product Quality? 6. Other
Jan 22. 2017
What are other reasons stopping people from using renewable energy?

POLL RESULTS

JAN 22. 2017
Do you think children should be considered and consulted in the process to develop the National Renewable Energy Policy?
7,547 responded out of 53,652 polled
Female
13%
No
 
No
87%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
12%
No
 
No
88%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
78%
yes
 
yes
22%
no
 
no

15-19
86%
yes
 
yes
14%
no
 
no

20-24
87%
yes
 
yes
13%
no
 
no

25-30
86%
yes
 
yes
14%
no
 
no

31-34
90%
yes
 
yes
10%
no
 
no

35+
90%
yes
 
yes
10%
no
 
no
12%
No
 
No
88%
Yes
 
Yes
JAN 22. 2017
Why do you think it’s important that children are considered?
3,641 responded out of 6,611 polled
yes
future
children
leaders
energy
tomorrow
know
also
will
ideas
can
renewable
policy
generation
need
part
must
considered
use
resources
important
young
grow
views
country
knowledge
help
new
better
nation
ones
learn
may
think
coz
give
good
tommorow
people
development
involved
right
policies
becoz
well
adults
hence
next
develop
might
JAN 22. 2017
What actions need to be taken to ensure that the policy upholds and contributes to children’s rights?
2,680 responded out of 3,641 polled
Female
23%
Heightened understanding on
 
Heightened understanding on
26%
Monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
Monitor how well policy addresses ch
40%
Involve children in policy process a
 
Involve children in policy process a
11%
More research and data
 
More research and data

Male
24%
Heightened understanding on
 
Heightened understanding on
21%
Monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
Monitor how well policy addresses ch
42%
Involve children in policy process a
 
Involve children in policy process a
13%
More research and data
 
More research and data
0-14
50%
involve children in policy process a
 
involve children in policy process a
0%
monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
monitor how well policy addresses ch
17%
more research and data
 
more research and data
33%
heightened understanding on
 
heightened understanding on

15-19
39%
involve children in policy process a
 
involve children in policy process a
26%
monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
monitor how well policy addresses ch
13%
more research and data
 
more research and data
22%
heightened understanding on
 
heightened understanding on

20-24
41%
involve children in policy process a
 
involve children in policy process a
23%
monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
monitor how well policy addresses ch
12%
more research and data
 
more research and data
23%
heightened understanding on
 
heightened understanding on

25-30
42%
involve children in policy process a
 
involve children in policy process a
25%
monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
monitor how well policy addresses ch
10%
more research and data
 
more research and data
23%
heightened understanding on
 
heightened understanding on

31-34
42%
involve children in policy process a
 
involve children in policy process a
18%
monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
monitor how well policy addresses ch
16%
more research and data
 
more research and data
24%
heightened understanding on
 
heightened understanding on

35+
46%
involve children in policy process a
 
involve children in policy process a
18%
monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
monitor how well policy addresses ch
12%
more research and data
 
more research and data
24%
heightened understanding on
 
heightened understanding on
24%
Heightened understanding on
 
Heightened understanding on
23%
Monitor how well policy addresses ch
 
Monitor how well policy addresses ch
41%
Involve children in policy process a
 
Involve children in policy process a
12%
More research and data
 
More research and data
JAN 22. 2017
Do you use any form of Renewable Energy on a daily basis?
3,217 responded out of 3,693 polled
Female
26%
No
 
No
74%
Yes
 
Yes

Male
23%
No
 
No
77%
Yes
 
Yes
0-14
100%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no

15-19
79%
yes
 
yes
21%
no
 
no

20-24
75%
yes
 
yes
25%
no
 
no

25-30
73%
yes
 
yes
27%
no
 
no

31-34
74%
yes
 
yes
26%
no
 
no

35+
77%
yes
 
yes
23%
no
 
no
24%
No
 
No
76%
Yes
 
Yes
JAN 22. 2017
What types of renewable energy sources do you use on a daily basis?
2,263 responded out of 2,441 polled
solar
biogas
hydro
wind
gas
energy
wood
firewood
water
yes
sun
fire
electricity
power
sola
bio
coal
use
lp
paraffin
heat
panel
stove
thermal
electric
soler
battery
charcoal
light
sollar
hydroelectric
air
enegy
generator
animals
cooking
eletricity
energe
etc
nd
parafin
trees
cowdung
electrical
energ
fuel
idea
others
parrafin
petrol
JAN 22. 2017
In your community, what are the reasons stopping people from using renewable energy? 1. Cost? 2. Access? 3. Awareness? 4. Technical expertise? 5. Product Quality? 6. Other
2,733 responded out of 3,039 polled
Female
4%
6
 
6
6%
5
 
5
13%
4
 
4
19%
3
 
3
18%
2
 
2
40%
1
 
1

Male
4%
6
 
6
6%
5
 
5
12%
4
 
4
15%
3
 
3
17%
2
 
2
46%
1
 
1
0-14
43%
1
 
1
29%
3
 
3
14%
2
 
2
14%
5
 
5
0%
4
 
4
0%
6
 
6

15-19
44%
1
 
1
13%
3
 
3
17%
2
 
2
7%
5
 
5
11%
4
 
4
8%
6
 
6

20-24
47%
1
 
1
17%
3
 
3
16%
2
 
2
6%
5
 
5
10%
4
 
4
4%
6
 
6

25-30
43%
1
 
1
17%
3
 
3
19%
2
 
2
6%
5
 
5
13%
4
 
4
3%
6
 
6

31-34
51%
1
 
1
10%
3
 
3
18%
2
 
2
7%
5
 
5
12%
4
 
4
3%
6
 
6

35+
36%
1
 
1
21%
3
 
3
20%
2
 
2
4%
5
 
5
17%
4
 
4
3%
6
 
6
4%
6
 
6
6%
5
 
5
12%
4
 
4
16%
3
 
3
17%
2
 
2
42%
1
 
1
JAN 22. 2017
What are other reasons stopping people from using renewable energy?
95 responded out of 116 polled
cost
energy
renewable
don
electricity
gas
lack
people
used
yes
availability
knowledge
resources
use
access
areas
bye
can
dangerous
deforestation
equipment
fear
houses
know
reason
solar
sources
specify
stoves
urban
want
wind
accessibility
aforementioned
already
also
always
amongst
answers
available
avoiding
becoz
becz
biogas
biogases
bursting
cause
children
city
conditions

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