CGAPS PIO presented Fifteen Years Tracking Public Awareness and Attitudes Towards Invasive Species for the 15th installment of the HISC Brown Bag Presentations in January 2018. This presentation takes you through 15 years of public surveys on Hawaii residents’ knowledge and attitudes toward invasive species issues. While public awareness of the issue is generally high, familiarity with term “invasive species” and knowledge of specific threats like miconia and brown tree snake appear to be declining in recent years.
Reports from Public Awareness Studies
- CGAPS 2017 omnibus report
- CGAPS 2012 omnibus report
- CGAPS 2007 omnibus report
- CGAPS 2006 omnibus report
- CGAPS 2004 omnibus report
- Focus groups among Oahu and neighbor island homeowners: 2003 summary of focus group findings