collective strength update

June 17, 2006 at 3:57 am 1 comment


A note for those who missed Robin Rather's presentation to the Neighborhoods' Planning Network:

You totally missed out. Although I had seen her speak to the LRA yesterday, I still found Robin's presentation fascinating and engaging. And for a presentation of methodology and statistics it was strangely uplifting.

In essence, the Collective Strength team interviewed 2500 South Louisianians about their needs, fears, values, and visions for the future. They found an almost unprecedented consensus surrounding issues like coastal restoration, education, and the importance of transparency in the planning process – but perhaps most importantly they found that more than 80% of respondents felt that, if our plans were inclusive and well-executed, New Orleans would be the same or better than it was before the storm.

I know everybody out there must love reading social science research as much as I do, so check out Collective Strength's report here.

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Entry filed under: data sources, meetings, New Orleans, npn, recovery.

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