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    • 2021 Letting Nature Lead Session 2: Sharing Your Situation Map
       
      Share Your Own Situation Map ★ First, choose a protected area you're working on. ★ List out and address the Five Considerations:
      1 Scale 2 People and Governance 3 Resilience to What 4 Resilience of What 5 Drivers and Trends
      Situation maps vary in complexity and detail, but the key components are: They may also include:
      • ★ The focal scale and the central issue(s)
      • ★ The parties and stakeholders involved
      • ★ The key relationships pertaining to the environment
       
      • • Unique social or cultural considerations
      • • Procedures or behaviors
      • • Party orientations of the various actors
      • • What resources are available
      • • The flow of power and influence
       
       
      ★ Draw the elements and relationships or interdependencies between them. This can be done with a piece of paper and pen/pencil. You might try a few drafts before finding a map that best represents your understanding of the situation. Click here, to view a video of Keith Bosak drawing a situation map in real time.Take a picture of the map with your cell phone and upload it to this forum as a new topic, along with a brief explanation of how you developed your map. Remember to check back in and comment on 1-2 of the other situation maps!
      Associated Courses:
      Letting Nature Lead Series 2020
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    • 2021 Letting Nature Lead Session 3: Identifying and Sharing Areas of Vulnerability and Resilience

      Session 3 Homework: Identify and Share Areas of Vulnerability and Resilience

      ★ From your situation map, identify areas of vulnerability and resilience within your system to share in a scenario planning exercise during the Live Session. You do not need to upload a situation map, but if you have not done so, we invite you to work through MLM 1 and 2 to create a situation map of your own to more thoroughly identifying these areas of vulnerability and resilience.

      ★ Click here to be brought to a discussion forum where you can upload and share your areas of vulnerability and resilience. Be sure to check out others areas as well ahead of Live Session 3!

      We want to highlight that this is a place to identify areas of vulnerability and resilience within your system (regardless of if you have done a situation map or not).

      Associated Courses:
      Letting Nature Lead Series 2020
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    • 2021 Letting Nature Lead Session 4: Sharing Your Scenario Plan

      Session 4 Homework: Sharing Your Scenario Plan

      ★ Looking back at what you learned in the Session 3 Microlearning and Live Session, we'd like you to submit the scenario plan you've been working on. Please submit an exploratory scenario as well as an aspirational scenario.

      ★ Scroll below to upload and share your scenario plans to this forum. Be sure to check out others areas as well ahead of Live Session 4!

      Associated Courses:
      Letting Nature Lead Series 2020
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    • Ask Me Anything
      Do you have any questions as you continue through the Letting Nature Lead series? Feel free to post them in the forum below and we'll work to get back to you as soon as possible!
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    • 4 months, 3 weeks ago

      Paolo Paqueo

    • 2021 Upload Your Intervention Scenarios!
      As you completed the LNL series homework preparation, you identified a "plan of action" relevant to your specific protected area. You now have a chance to participate in a live intervention coaching session where you can get input and support for implementing activities on the ground. Please upload your intervention proposal in this forum to have an opportunity to sign up for a coaching session!
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