Scenario Planning Workshop

  • Sat, September 15, 2012
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • St. Luke’s United Church Lower Hall, Tantallon
Transition Bay St Margarets (transitionbay.ca) is hosting a one-day workshop that explores how rural communities can better prepare for a future that is impossible to predict. Guided by Scenario Planning expert Marty Janowitz, participants will creatively identify the most important unknowns, the key driving forces and then develop scenarios (stories of the potential future) based on plausible, but challenging variations among them. Scenarios have proven invaluable to communities, businesses and even countries to develop plans that promote resilience, and to identify "early warning signals" if one or another scenario starts to play out. This workshop is ideal for community-minded individuals, municipal planners, community organizations and others concerned about the rapid change that seems a permanent fixture in our future.

The particulars: This workshop will be held at St. Luke's Church, Head of St. Margarets, on Saturday 15 September, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lunch is included onsite. Requested contribution is $50, $15 for people under 30. Scholarships available upon request.

To register contact: David Wimberly, davidwimberly@eastlink.ca after Aug 5.

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