About Choosing Advocacy Pathways
Community groups facing an environmental concern often need to choose an advocacy strategy. Talking about what has been done in the past, identifying pathways forward, and picking the ones that make the most sense for your group are important step. It is important at this stage for your group to consider all the possibilities, identifying resources you have, and weighing challenges you face.
Choosing Advocacy Pathways Activities
|How to evaluate and choose an advocacy pathway||-||-||@stevie||-||-||2 replications: Try it »|
Activities should include a materials list, costs and a step-by-step guide to construction with photos. Learn what makes a good activity here.
Frequently Asked Questions
|Why do individuals/organizations want to collect water quality data?||@wmacfarl||4 days ago||0||3|
|How is a Technical Advisory Committee formed (for a Citizen Science Project)?||@jjcreedon||about 2 years ago||3||4|
|Looking for open data resources to track public permitting processes.||@kgradow1||about 2 years ago||2||1|
|What do you do if your environmental concern is linked to your neighbor's paycheck?||@gretchengehrke||over 2 years ago||1||2|
|How do I know which key points to push when making a public comment against an industry?||@stevie||almost 3 years ago||0||2|