We believe in a “big tent” approach in which all of the diverse interests of our community can find encouragement, tools, advice and a place to enhance sustainability practices that mean the most to them.
With that in mind, we believe that within the sectors below (example interests shown), everyone will find a focus and will maximize community interest and engagement:
- Agriculture and Natural Capital – (growing food, diet, local sourcing, waste, supply, sharing, pollinators, carbon sinks( natural sequestering) tree planting, habitat preservation and restoration, storm water mgt, source water protection, water and land pollution( plastics, chlorides, nitrates, phosphates)
- Arts and Culture (leadership in societal change – art, music, theatre, writing…)
- Education and Youth (Youth Council, Informal, Formal, and Nonformal systems targeting children to seniors)
- Goods and Services (reuse, recycling, packaging, single use plastic eco tourism, reduced carbon footprint, green marinas, carbon offsets)
- Health and Wellness (physical, mental, emotional, health risks due to environmental impairment)
- Infrastructure and Energy – (Electrification of vehicles,, active transport, solar, wind, green, affordable housing, densification of development, environmental balance between development and supporting resources, eco-footprint of development, building and operations, socially responsible investment, carbon market/pricing)