Question of the Week: What would you like us to ask as question of the week?

We’ve been running Question of the Week for more than two years now. We’ve asked more than 100 questions and you’ve written thousands of responses on everything from why you bike to work (or don’t) to what environmental protection means to you. And recently, you’ve shared how actions you’ve taken have improved your life.

After this week, we’re going to take a short break to assess where we’ve been and where we want to go with this feature. We’re going to plan out a few months’ worth of questions and look for ways to report back to you the collective responses. We’re also going to sort through the questions that generated the most response to see what patterns emerge.

We’ll be back in a month or two. Meanwhile, help us plan by suggesting questions.  The goal is to start conversations, not solicit specific facts.

What would you like us to ask as question of the week?

Each week we ask a question related to the environment. Please let us know your thoughts as comments. Feel free to respond to earlier comments or post new ideas. Previous questions.

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