People are central to sustainability; we hold rich and different perspectives about the environment, and what we can and should (or not) do about it. These different perspectives are complex and appear difficult to understand and deal with mostly because the content of people’s perspectives are not always well-organized. These perspectives lack structure which unnecessarily, and often, undermine pro-sustainability efforts.
The mission of the Northwest Environmental Forum is to create well-defined structures of people’s take on sustainability issues and actions needed to address those issues. We are committed to nudging efforts toward addressing sustainability issues within the urban-wildland gradient of the Pacific Northwest.