Liz Foote Location August 4, 2020

This article describes a habitat restoration planning project that just won a 2020 award for Planning Excellence, given out by the Canadian Institute of Planners. The article specifically references CBSM: “what really sets the strategy apart and was duly noted by the Canadian Institute of Planner’s 2020 Award jury is the community involvement aspect. The jury was impressed with the initiative’s emphasis on communications and the application of community-based social marketing to an environmental planning challenge.” The article notes that the two-part planning documents are “internal” but that there will eventually be educational materials available online.

  • Conservation
    • Biodiversity
  • Tools
    • Communication
    • Education
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