Achieving Public Consensus: “Collective Impact” in Action

Gaining public consensus for environmental change is critical in today’s contentious world. Here’s a different programatic approach. Kathleen Herrmann works for the Snohomish County Marine Resource Committee. She is a rising young star in the Pacific NW environmental community, known for her deep analysis of complex project planning and new approaches to stakeholder buy-in. Here she discusses the technique of “Collective Impact”, which she successfully used on the recent Port Susan project.

She was recorded at the 2013 NW Straits Annual Meeting, held in Bellingham Washington, USA on November 22nd. You can listen to this here on the page, or download it to your device to listen to it on any MP3 capable player (i.e. Android, Apple, Windows).

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