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2.2 Performance Indicators; The Characters of Your Story - How to use stories or scenarios to help you create the future using“scenario planning”. And do not miss the Top 10 List - Best Movie Characters!!
2.1 #CumulativeEffects - It’s a myth that to travel through time you have to go through some kind of science magic, slip through a wormhole or apply Einstein’s E=MC2. It’s not true. I’m going to dispel that myth right now. Step into the Virtual Time Machine.
2.0 - Brand New Season 2 Format - fun & inspiring with recurring weekly features & themes. I still have guest interviews but they are much shorter – more concise – and packed with knowledge, tools and hacks you can use right away. Every episode has a “how to” section with gold nuggets you can take for yourself and adapt for your benefit. There will be contests and awards and time dedicated to sharing your thoughts, ideas and suggestions.
1.9 - The BIG 5 Threats To Grizzly Bears - It's Not Trophy Hunting Curtailing the BC Grizzly Trophy Hunt has moral value for many – so much so it became an election promise in BC. BUT IT'S NOT WHAT IS THREATENING THIS SPECIES NOW. In this podcast you'll get information to get a limited time webinar offer to learn more about the cumulative effects of multiple overlapping land uses combined with significant natural disturbance and climate regime changes - and what we can do about it - to keep ursus arctos around.
1.8 - The Trees Are Telling Us We Need More Wildfire Trees are some of our best time machines. They record history and reveal secrets about climate, weather and wildfire. They also reveal the cumulative effects of european settlement, fire policy and technological innovation on our ecosystems and public safety. Forest Ecologist Dr. Lori Daniels from the UBC Tree Ring Lab discusses the research that is decoding history recorded in the forest.
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1.7 - So Cool For School! BC Tomorrow is the hottest innovation in education - systems dynamics, time machines and fun learning at school!
1.6 - ALCES Online Meet the founder and creators of the world's leading edge Cumulative Effects simulator, ALCES Online. Hear how this planning tool is being used around the world by planners and decision-makers. It's my "go to" tool for cumulative effects - maybe it's a tool that can help you too.
1.5 - Indigenomics Guest Carol Anne Hilton, CEO of Transformation International shares key insights with you on the increasing power, potential and influence of Indigenous economies, Indigenous Rights & world view, the socio-economic opportunity of natural capital, cumulative effects, risk management and her new book "Indigenomics - A Global Power Shift" that will be published later this year!
1.4 Planning To Win. Get out your paper and pencil - by answering some key questions I ask you'll be well on your way to identifying some critical success factors for your planning project or initiative! You'll also start to get a feel for the instruction style of the CE Playbook, an online course written for practitioners, decision-makers and planners to use cumulative effects knowledge to ensure project success.
1.3 - Collaborate & Break Through To Yes! As our landscapes get busier, collaboration becomes more and more critical to avoid unintended consequences. Join my friend David B Savage, a collaboration expert, author of Break Through To Yes and VoiceAmerica Podcast host as we discuss how to take advantage of collaboration for your land use planning success!
1.2 - Understanding Our Role & Influence On The Outdoors, Fish & Wildlife. Guest Dean Trumbley, co-host of Bushnell's Trigger Effect TV - Understanding Our Role & Influence On The Outdoors, Fish & Wildlife
1.1 - Imagine If You Had A Time Machine...