Feb 10 2014

Alfredo Ortiz’ Systems Thinking Class parses the Wicked Water Challenge

This past weekend — with local stakeholders Tom Moore (Marina Coast Water Board), Amy White (Executive Director of Landwatch), Paul Johnson (of Johnson Vineyards), along with state water activists (and current MIIS students!) Sarah Liuba and Genevieve Dabrowski — students in a systems thinking workshop began mapping stakeholder perspectives, historical dynamics, power relations, and much, much more. ¬†Their task is to produce collective analysis that will help all “Nor Any Drop To Drink” wicked water challenge teams. ¬†For an early glimpse at their work, check out this photo montage

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