Field Chats Episode 003: The Environmental Action Civics Roadmap

In this episode, our Program Team shares the Environmental Action Civics Roadmap. 

The Roadmap is a tool you can use to assess where you’re at in your EAC journey and the possibilities to delve deeper. 

Download your copy here!

Youth Adult Partnership
Youth and adults worked together, in partnership, to choose the issue and strategy and carry out the action plan. Adults and youth shared responsibilities and power throughout the process.
Project & Task Management
Youth led and were responsible for tasks throughout, using peer accountability measures.
Democratic Debating & Decision-Making
All project decisions were made as a group with all voices at the table, using discussion, deliberation, debate, voting methods, criterion-based decision making, etc. to decide the issue selection and solution.
Community (Stakeholder) Engagement
3+ community members (including those impacted by the issue) were engaged to better understand the issue and inform an equitable and impactful action plan.
Youth advocated for a policy or practice change to decision makers in their community.
The action aimed to create long-term, systemic change that addresses the environmental issue.
Written by -

Hayley Valley, Earth Force's Communications Manager, joined Earth Force in 2010 and has since held too many roles to count - all drawing on her experience in communicating Earth Force's commitment to environmental action civics. When she’s not knee-deep in Google Docs, you’ll find her chasing her two boys around.

Back To Top