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Best Practice Research for MoE on how to use Social Media, CBSM, and Behaviour Change Tools to meet Environmental Goals

posted Nov 5, 2013, 4:22 PM by Gillian Aubie Vines
Pinna is excited to announce we have been asked to conduct a scan and offer recommendations on how the Environmental Standards Branch of the BC Ministry of Environment can most effectively use innovative, non-regulatory tools to compel environmental leadership. This project will explore best practices from leading jurisdictions including California and the European Union, and offer insights on how BC can take advantage of tools used elsewhere to enhance local environmental protection. The report will be ready in December 2013, and we look forward to sharing the results!
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