Examples of Covid-19 recovery plans that also include measures that could improve racial, gender, and economic equity, as well as help combat climate change.
There’s an approach called “multisolving” that can move us from paralysis to action.
Global case studies looking at solutions that both limit climate change and improve public health.
Multisolving happens all around the world and looks different in different places. Beth Sawin’s article in Apolitical explores questions and answers that are key being a multisolver.
Details the Circle’s novel approach to collaboration as well as what the group has learned thus far, both in terms of what works and what doesn’t, in the hope that the lessons uncovered can be useful elsewhere.
In this article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, Beth Sawin offers three principles and three practices to help leaders unlock the magic of multisolving.
Nations must plan now to make sure their stimulus efforts support a green, and more equitable, future.
This blog answers the question, “What if we begin an En-ROADS workshop not on climate change, but with multisolving questions?