First LandScale Public Consultation: The first version (version 0.1) of the LandScale Assessment Framework and Guidelines is now open for public consultation until October 15, 2019.
We would like to invite anyone involved in jurisdictional or landscape approaches, or interested in addressing the far-reaching sustainability challenges we face, to participate in the first LandScale public consultation. As part of this first consultation, we are inviting your feedback on the first version of the LandScale Assessment Framework and Guidelines to ensure that it is practical, robust, and helps to drive improvements in landscape-scale sustainability. Please also share this information with your networks.
How to Participate
We offer two ways to participate in the public consultation, in order of preference:
1. Using Collaborase, an online platform designed to make it easier to provide feedback on documents. A brief video with instructions on how to navigate the platform is available here, and an infographic with basic instructions is available here.
2. Filling in this Review Template in Microsoft Word and sending it via email to email@example.com.
Español – La consulta pública se encuentra disponible en español aquí.
Bahasa coming soon.
We encourage you to sign up for one of our LandScale webinars. Click on a time option below to register and learn more:
At the end of the consultation process, LandScale will publish a summary of comments. The summary will provide a list of the names and affiliations of commenters, but it will treat each specific comment as anonymous.
Based on stakeholder feedback, version 0.2 of the document—including the draft verification mechanism, and data and reporting platform—is expected to be released in Quarter 2 of 2020 for a second round of public consultation. The first full version of LandScale will be ready for general use by the end of 2020.
If you have questions about the public consultation process or have any other concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your feedback. Your contributions will help to improve the rigor and relevance of LandScale.
*Additional supporting materials on LandScale are available in the Resources section below.