John B Robinson
The Canadian Sustainability Indicators Network (CSIN) is a place for Canadian sustainability indicator and reporting practitioners to share and discuss ideas, data, methods and circulate announcements. CSIN's purpose is to create a rich and stable community for new and experienced practitioners developing and using indicators, indicator systems and reporting. This community will assist and enable practitioners to share lessons learned, discuss relevant issues of theoretical, strategic, technical, and practical importance, and start developing mechanisms for collaboration among the multitude of indicator and reporting initiatives.
The Canadian sustainability indicator practitioners are getting together in Halifax, Nova Scotia on November 25th for a day of strategic thinking and knowledge sharing. For more information about the meeting, click here. To see a PDF version of the meeting flyer, click here. This meeting is being run in conjuction with the 9th Annual Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network National Science Meeting (EMAN) which is being held in Halifax from Nov 24-30th. For a PDF version of the EMAN flyer, click here.
For background information about how CSIN was started, click here.
For the September 2003 Draft Accord of CSIN, click here.
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