CSIN Learning Event #40 (WMV - 78 MB) took place on April 3, with presentations from Dr. Margot Parkes (Network for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health), Mike Puddister (Credit Valley Conservation), Tatiana Koveshnikova (Credit Valley Conservation), Dr. Lorna Medd (Cowichan Watershed Board) and Steve Litke (Fraser Basin Council). The presenters offered perspectives on the challenges of measuring indicators for human health and well-being in watershed management programs.
CSIN Learning Event webinar #39 (WMV - 43 MB) took place on March 7 with presenter Alex de Sherbinin explaining target setting in environmental indicators. Watch the webinar recording now!
CSIN Learning Event webinar #38 (WMV - 48 MB) took place on Feb 21 with presenter Lyle Wray discussing the Community Results Toolkit - From Community Indicators to Results. Watch the webinar recording now!
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CSIN has members working in the private sector, academia, government and non-governmental organizations in Canada, the U.S. and beyond.
Given the nature of sustainability indicators, and their growing use in diverse areas of endeavour, a growing number of today's practitioners seek new and better connections with other experts around the world so they can share ideas, expertise and experience on a regular basis. Every day, the Canadian Sustainability Indicators Network accomplishes this through listserv communications, virtual workshops, the CSIN website and face-to-face meetings.
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