Strategic Planning for Measurable Climate Impact and Powerful Partnerships: An Analysis of Melbourne’s Port Phillip EcoCentre Public
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The Port Phillip EcoCentre in Melbourne, Australia recognizes their role in increasing awareness for climate change and the need for dramatic action to reduce carbon emissions within the next decade. To assist in the EcoCentre’s strategic planning for the next three years, our team has completed an analysis of their strategic plan through archival analysis of their core documents, interviews of nine key partners, a staff wellbeing survey, and a review of program survey data. Additionally, to aid the EcoCentre in their efforts to prevent irreparable climate change damage, we developed a novel scorecard for evaluating carbon emissions reductions for organizational programs.
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|Supplemental Information_ Research and Data Analysis_2.xlsx||Public||
|EcoCentre Carbon Emission Program Scorecard_1.xlsx||Public||
|Final Presentation Slides_3.pdf||Public||
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