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Help 2019 leverage its strategic plan

Marc Lefkowitz  |  07/07/10 @ 10:00am

Economic Transformations Group-the Sustainable Cleveland 2019 lead consultants-are close to wrapping up the 2019 strategic plan (scheduled release is this month). The 2019 Work Groups are key to grounding the plan in the grass roots leadership of this initiative, and to allow the plan to reflect tangible steps or a roadmap for the next ten years. With that in mind, the 2019 Metrics Group and the Corporate Sustainability Network are leading a "postcard summary" campaign to gather details of the Work Groups' vision, projects and proposed metrics for success.

Here's how it works:

For the purpose of helping ETG tell the story and illustrate the correlation of the working group projects with the SC2019 plan, we would like to capture as many initiatives in the same format. We are calling this the "Postcard Summary" and we need your help in writing them. Using the format below create one "postcard" for each initiative and send to Trisha Brown and Laura Steinbrink by June 30! Thank you. Trisha.brown@csnohio.org and laura@humanitysloom.com

INITIATIVE "POSTCARD" SUMMARY

Please fill out the information (1-14) using the lists below where applicable.

  1. FOUNDATION: choose from below
  2. THEME: choose from below
  3. INITIATIVE (Short Description of your initiative):
  4. ESTIMATED UPFRONT COSTS:
  5. YEARLY MAINTENCE COSTS OF INITIATIVE:
  6. INITIATIVE TYPE: choose from Strategy Types below
  7. TIME-FRAME: (Short, Medium, Long, On-going)
  8. LEVEL OF EFFORT REQUIRED:
  9. CHAMPION (names):
  10. COMMITTED PARTNERS/ COLLABORATORS:
  11. POTENTIAL SOURCES OF FUNDING:
  12. CO-BENEFITS choose from Themes below, as many that apply
  13. TRANSVERSALS : choose from below
  14. ASSOCIATED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:

Foundation: Human Assets Social Asset Natural Assets Built Environment Business Environment

Themes: People (Human and Social Assets):

  1. Align and Bridge
  2. Personal Capacity and Education
  3. Communication,
  4. Effective Governance

Natural Assets:

  1. Measurement/Valuation
  2. Restore and Regenerate
  3. Utilization
  4. Investment in New Assets (Create New Assets)

Built Environment

  1. Neighborhood Vitality
  2. Systemic Mobility
  3. Eco Smart Urban Design/Infrastructure
  4. Renewable Energy Strategy

Business Environment

  1. Tax/Regulatory Structure
  2. Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  3. Whole Systems Accounting
  4. Sustainability Transition Strategies

Strategy Types Policy Legislation Education Institutional Operations Research Catalyst Organizational Development Transversal tags: Optimizes human health Fosters inclusion Encourages mindshift Fosters Awareness & Empowerment Creates potential for Community invested jobs (job longevity) Offers high job potential Reduces Carbon Improves Access to nature Encourages partnerships Offers catalytic potential Accelerates systemic change Supports Local Economy Supports Export Economy

Questions and results direct to: Trisha.brown@csnohio.org or laura@humanitysloom.com

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