Weekly Prompt: What sustainability measures should we see expect to see on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic? What can our societies learn from this experience?
(Prompt Two: April 20th – May 4th)
In the wake of COVID-19, communities, individuals, and organizations have sprung to action. We are caring for others and ourselves, and we are also sharply defining what kind of change we need to see on the other side of this disaster event. We are demonstrating our resilience.
What will it take for us to come out of COVID-19 with a truly sustainable, viable, and resilient Seattle? Where do we continue to miss the mark? What is being revealed at this moment?
Sustainable Seattle is enacting a participatory research response that will use digital and safe, public-health sensitive engagement strategies to align, activate, and amplify resiliency during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This demographic data collection will contribute to a “Community Resilience Ecosystem Map” that serves as publicly accessible emergency tool-kits clearly designated for various types of crises.
You can contribute by:
- Filling out the community questionnaire (~10 min)
- Responding to the bi-weekly prompt (~2 min)
- Recording an audio response to prompt (~5 min)
That’s it! Feel free to reach out to us if any questions come up!
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