Second MC3 e-Dialogue is available

On October 2nd, 2012, we held a conversation about the preliminary findings from the eleven MC3 case study communities. In this discussion, the MC3 research team and partners discussed the highlight climate change and sustainability innovations occurring in leading communities across the province. The goal of this conversation was to begin illuminating the common aspects of the types of drivers that contribute to innovation, barriers that prevent implementation of adaptation and mitigation strategies, and overall lessons that can guide us to paths forward to a broader sustainability transition.

This conversation is now available from its website here.