The Goulburn Broken CMA has historically been a leader in natural resource management.
There is an increasing need for an adaptive approach, to align with a changing natural environment, social/political/economic landscape, and investment approaches to natural resource and land management. These changes present a need and opportunity for improved staff, stakeholder and community participation in both the development and implementation of regional strategies.
Now is the time to begin the process of adapting Goulburn Broken CMA practices to these challenges and opportunities. Due to the globally interdependent nature of these challenges, real change can only happen through a collaborative approach across our own catchment. Hence, it is incumbent upon the Goulburn Broken CMA to lead innovation and engage other NRM agencies in implementing the changes required.
With this in mind we recognise as an opportunity to pilot new approaches in consultation and planning using soical media. These approaches are intended to complement traditional consultation and planning methods.