Educational program on Climate Action - India

 Thank you to all the parents and guardians who participated in the study as well as to all the students. Your participation allows us to better understand the knowledge, concern, hope and action on climate change for families in India.


Thanks also to the high school teams for their support!



Informed Consent

Prior to starting the study. 


Initial Survey

At the beginning of the sessions in the high schools.


Final Survey

At the end of the sessions in the high schools. 



Frequently Asked Questions

Is participation voluntary?

Totally! Participating is completely voluntary and you can decide to stop participating at any time.

If you sign the informed consent but then don't want to continue within the study, there is no problem.


Will we get paid to participate?

Some of the questions in the quizzes are "financially incentivized", which means that we will give you money to make decisions about. Depending on your decisions and the decisions of other participants, you can receive between 0-200 Rupees for students. This will be paid through Decathlon vouchers and not in cash. 


What personal data will we ask for?

Our goal is to have as little personal data as possible! All survey data will be stored through an anonymous code and your identity will never be revealed. This includes demographic data such as year of birth, nationality, gender, etc.


In order to make payments we will need students to sign a receipt when we give them the Decathlon voucher.


Can I contact a study coordinator?

Of course! We will be happy to clarify any doubts or concerns you may have.

You can contact the coordinator at the following address:

If you wish, you can also contact the director of the study:


Where does the funding for the study come from?

The study is financed by the Austrian Science Fund, through the grant SFB F-63

Universitat de Innsbruck

Departament d'Economia Pública

Universitaetstrasse 15

Innsbruck, 6020



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Data Protection

 Participation in the study is voluntary and you can revoke your consent at any time.


This project is financed with public funds from the Austrian government through the project; the SFB F-63 Credence Goods, Incentives and Behavior


Responsible for data processing: Venture Village India (, Jacob Roshan (


Purpose of data collection: Conduct a research study to study people's knowledge, attitudes and behaviors regarding the environment and climate change.


Recipients: The data will not be communicated to third parties, except in the cases provided for by law, or if you have previously consented. The completely anonymized data used for research publications will be available in a public repository for the replicability of the study, following the usual practice within the publication process in scientific journals.


Rights: Access the data, rectify it, delete it, oppose the treatment and request its limitation. The right to data protection is recognized in article 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union, so it is necessary to request voluntary consent to participate from all participants in this study.