In this new article published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, the journal’s Associate Editor, Nicole Ardoin and colleagues explore “what might be possible if organisations worked together to increase the impact of environmental education”.
The article sketches the roles and challenges of ensuring a commitment to equity, a common agenda, shared measurement systems, mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communication, and a backbone support organization.
— You might also be wondering what this raises for environmental education research too (and not just in California). For starters, how to foster (or impede?) collaborative processes, and what kinds of collective impact are desired and desirable for whom, where and when – and of course, why …?