The final draft of the “Collaborative Systems Thinking for Effective Engagement” report is now available for download. This report was discussed during the Lake Links 2020 workshop presentation, “Update on Social Engagement study on Rideau Canal with Parks Canada”, presented by Isha Mistry & Christine Beaudoin, University of Ottawa and Dr. Steven Cooke, Carleton University.
The report discusses water quality in the Lower Cataraqui region of the Rideau Canal. This report is a step-by-step guide on how to engage stakeholders in collaborative systems thinking workshops to address complex problems. It is intended for community groups or organizations that wish to use this approach for effective engagement. This report is associated with a manuscript under consideration for publication in a scientific journal.
Watch Isha, Christine, and Dr. Cooke’s presentation at Lake Links 2020: