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Conservation Planning and Wildland Recreation CONS 481 | UBC
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The Language of Planning
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES Understand the steps in the planning cycle Describe key planning terms and concepts
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The planning cycle 3
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4 Where are we now?
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Build team & trust Stakeholder analysis o Who are stakeholders? Gather key information What is the central problem to be addressed? 5
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Where do we want to go? 6
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Goals o Broad, directional Objectives o Specific goals under a ‘theme’ Positions o What we want Interests o Why we want it 7
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How do we get there? 8
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Principle/Goal (Desired result) o Criterion/Objective o (Conditions for success) Indicator (Measureable variable) Measure/verifier (Quantitative information) 9
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Scenario development Tradeoffs and optimization Structured decision making Swing weighting Consequence tables 10
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Have we arrived? 11
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Have we arrived?
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  • Fall '16
  • Michael J. Meitner
  • Stakeholder analysis

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